We spend a lot of time celebrating one-in-a-million entrepreneurs: the Mark Zuckerbergs, the Steve Jobs, the Elon Musks. But what if most entrepreneurs are more like two in a million? People who couldn’t realize their vision without a brilliant partner.
Joshua... Read more »
When it comes to consumer tech, much of the Boston area’s hopes and dreams can be summed up in one word: Wayfair. The online retailer of home goods filed its much-anticipated IPO paperwork on Friday.
Wayfair was bootstrapped for many... Read more »
Here is a quick roundup of some news from Colorado startups, tech, and aerospace companies, featuring Gnip, a trio of Colorado’s aerospace leaders, and a few recent venture capital deals.
Colorado’s Satellite Lifts Off: Wednesday was a big day for Colorado’s... Read more »
Rice University and the University of Houston hosted their first joint demo day, featuring a dozen startups working on everything from water purification to a thinking club to improve a golfer’s putting to a social video-conferencing network just for college students.... Read more »
Here’s a look at recent news from around Michigan’s innovation community:
—The fine folks at Michipreneur have put together an online, statewide startup directory. Searchable by keyword, industry, or city, the directory has more than 100 companies listed and is growing... Read more »
This week’s roundup features high-tech window inserts at Alcatraz, funding for a fusion energy startup, and investment advice based on making a bunch of white guys uncomfortable.
Also, expansion at Applause, contraction at RealNetworks, and new partnerships for Startup Next and Glympse:... Read more »
Cellectar Biosciences, a Madison, WI-based startup developing cancer drugs and imaging tools, began trading on the Nasdaq stock exchange today and is holding a public stock offering expected to raise $12.5 million in cash.
The announcement is a key step... Read more »
New York’s biotech scene is getting a jumpstart, and a Seattle startup incubator is getting a second wind in the process. One of biotech’s high fliers in 2014 soared once again. And one local biotech is awaiting some critical data that... Read more »
Nine weeks ago, I lost my fancy hybrid street/trail bike to one of San Francisco’s plentiful bicycle thieves. Seven weeks ago, in preparation for a big move east, I sold my car. Now I’m settling into a new apartment in Cambridge,... Read more »