If you run a fantasy-sports league, the start of the NFL season is like Christmas morning and New Year’s all rolled into one. If your business is based around paying fantasy players for their smarts, the stakes are even higher.
Boston-based... Read more »
Diabetics know all too well that needle sticks are a routine part of managing their disease. Insulin injections have been part of the diabetes standard of care for decades. And in recent years, a new class of injectable drugs have emerged... Read more »
As the leaders of Milwaukee’s Global Entrepreneurship Collective get ready to wrap up their summer accelerator for military veteran entrepreneurs this week, the program is entering a bit of a holding pattern.
The Global Entrepreneurship Collective (GEC), run by entrepreneurs Greg... Read more »
Lori Steele-Contorer says she was attending a United Nations conference on technology with the likes of Bill Gates and Carly Fiorina in October 2003, when Arnold Schwarzenegger was first elected as governor of California in a special recall election.
At that... Read more »
The late summer doldrums are here, and unsurprisingly, biotech news slowed to a crawl this week. Before you know it, Labor Day will be here, the pigskins will be flying, and the newswire will be humming again. But until then, I’m... Read more »
I was labeled one. You probably were too. And now that we’re grown up, lots of us believe that being a “nerd” is actually a badge of honor.
But David Anderegg, author of Nerds: How Dorks, Dweebs, Techies and Trekkies... Read more »
What happened after an MIT summer intern blogged about her sometimes-difficult experience as a woman in venture capital?
Partners at Boston-based firm General Catalyst tried to find ways of spinning the news into something positive, but didn’t really address her concerns—and in... Read more »
This week, we’re tracking investments in Algorithmia, which is building a marketplace for algorithms, and Array Health Solutions, which powers health insurance marketplaces.
Also, staff reductions at Intellectual Ventures, new hires at University of Washington Computer Science and Engineering, an integration... Read more »
Here is the latest innovation news around Texas:
—San Diego-based Curtana Pharmaceuticals is making the move to Texas after receiving a $7.2 million grant from the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas. The agency, known as CPRIT, awarded 101... Read more »