As part of Detroit Homecoming, three days of events devoted to luring expats back to the Motor City, more than 150 former residents were invited back to learn more about how they can participate in the city’s revitalization.
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Creating change in the media world sometimes means connecting with other sectors.
From the start, the Matter accelerator in San Francisco has been about nurturing media startups. Some of the companies in the program’s third class, though, are putting their ideas... Read more »
Everyone in Colorado’s tech industry has been expecting Ping Identity to make a big news this year or next, and the Denver-based network security company has done just that by raising a $35 million growth equity round.
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If the cooler days and earlier sunsets weren’t enough of a clue, the flurry of tech-company product announcements should really seal the deal: time is running out on 2014. And if you’re not careful, it’s easy to wind up with a headful of spin,... Read more »
Bioforward, Wisconsin’s top life sciences trade group, has hired a new CEO with significant experience in local government and business-development posts.
Laura Bray was named to the post today, succeeding Bryan Renk, who stepped down from Madison-based Bioforward in... Read more »
Investor purse strings loosened to fund North Carolina companies to the tune of $266 million in the first half of 2014, up more than 31 percent compared to the same period last year, according to a new report. But perhaps more... Read more »
Detroit’s bankruptcy, while humbling and damaging to the city, has also brought “extraordinary” national interest to the Motor City, evidenced this week by the lineup of boldface technology names gathered at the Techonomy Detroit conference this week.
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CyPhy Works has been awarded a contract with the Air Force to build a small drone for search-and-rescue operations, its second military contract.
The Danvers, MA-based company said today that it will design and test the Extreme Access Pocket Flyer, a... Read more »
At a gathering of players from the New York innovation scene, there was blunt talk and optimism about the city’s future in technology.
This week, AlwaysOn founder Tony Perkins hosted the annual OnMedia NYC summit at the NASDAQ Marketsite in Times... Read more »