Six San Diego business risk-takers have been inducted into the pantheon of EY Entrepreneurs of the Year, joining over 10,000 people around the world who have been honored over the last 30 years by the multinational professional services firm.
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Here’s a look at innovation news from around Michigan:
—ManagedWay, the provider of cloud computing, fiber optic Internet, and colocation services, has opened a new 45,000-square-foot data center in Troy. In a press release, the company described the new... Read more »
[Updated, 6/21/16, 5:40pm. See below.] Despite worries about conflict of interest, a National Institutes of Health committee that oversees the use of gene therapy and other cutting edge biomedical technologies voted today to let researchers move ahead with a... Read more »
A few recent moves by Boston-area cybersecurity firms illustrate the various ways the sector’s members (and related companies) are trying to build their businesses and bolster measures to counter cyber threats:
—Raising more cash: On Tuesday, Zerto said it tacked $20 million... Read more »
Beat from the Texas heat? Try to cool down inside while catching up on some headlines from Xconomy Texas this month. But be careful: It’s acquisition season, and deal-making has been hot.
—Austin’s Savara Pharmaceuticals is buying two inhalable drugs... Read more »
Taking investments from large health systems can be a way of killing two birds with one stone for early stage healthtech companies. This way, not only do the startups get the capital they need to fund operations and growth, they can... Read more »
We’re only one day away from Influx, Xconomy’s big event highlighting Boston’s newest influencers and innovators, which will take place tomorrow afternoon (June 22) at the Science Museum. And for you late decision-makers, you’re almost out of time to save... Read more »
To tap into the multi-billion dollar market for Earth observation, companies are deploying new satellites with modern sensors and communication equipment.
But innovation is needed back on the ground, too, in the technology to process and analyze high-resolution images of Earth... Read more »