‘Twas the week before Christmas and Seattle-area entrepreneurs filled their stockings with venture capital. Another local ed-tech company, DreamBox Learning, pulled down a significant early-stage funding round. Two companies taking different approaches to customer service in very different industries—Resolution Tube and... Read more »
Investors in healthcare’s big IPO class of 2013 have seen some wild swings in share values since the debuts of dozens of new public companies. Hot trading in the Cambridge, MA-based companies Foundation Medicine and Epizyme pushed their peak prices above... Read more »
George Mosher has never really enjoyed golfing, and for that Wisconsin entrepreneurs should be thankful.
Rather than fading into the sunset after he and his wife sold their $125 million business, National Business Furniture, in 2006, Mosher has become one of... Read more »
Think of Koru, a Seattle startup bridging the worlds of education and high-tech recruitment, as akin to a study-abroad program paired with a high-powered internship for recent graduates looking to burst into tech, but facing a dismal employment picture.
The company... Read more »
Avago Technologies’ planned $6.6 billion cash acquisition of LSI could be felt in Colorado, where LSI has about 650 employees, but officials with the company said their fate has not been determined.
Avago Technologies (NASDAQ: AVGO) makes and sells analog... Read more »
Online education startup Boundless has settled a copyright lawsuit from three major college textbook publishers, moving the young company past a turbulent period that saw business growth, but also the departure of two of its three co-founders.
A settlement had... Read more »
Doctors and nurses in Houston’s Memorial Hermann Hospital scramble among hospital beds, making split-second decisions on treatment based on experience and a half-dozen blinking screens flashing different vital signs.
“There are a lot of data sets—plus, blood on the floor,” says... Read more »
Aside from rent increases, few effects of the economic boom lifting up the San Francisco Bay Area (or afflicting it, depending on your point of view) have drawn more ire and resentment lately than the private buses.
These big, faceless, Wi-Fi-equipped... Read more »