[Updated 2/8/16 11:50 am. See below.] The executive team at Canary just got more seasoned, with the addition of Bob Stohrer as its chief marketing officer.
This particular hire, announced last week, is interesting because Stohrer has been chief... Read more »
Let’s catch up with the latest innovation news from Xconomy Texas.
—Early stage San Antonio, TX, startups can again tap into funds provided by the Texas Research & Technology Foundation (TRTF). The McDermott Legacy Fund, which is managed by the... Read more »
San Antonio — Funding for startups is hard to come by anywhere. York Duncan knows this, and the point was emphasized just last week when he heard someone from Austin, TX, lamenting about the lack of local capital available to the... Read more »
Panthers country is licking its wounds from Sunday night’s big game, but there’s plenty going on in the business community to take minds off of the stinging Super Bowl defeat. Here’s a recap of some of the top headlines in North... Read more »
Highland Park, for those who don’t know, is a separate city within Detroit’s borders—along with Hamtramck, it’s actually one of two sovereign cities inside Detroit—and for a long time, it’s been considered by many to be Detroit’s shabbier, financially ruined... Read more »
Austin — When Jason Bornhorst created Filament Labs about three years ago, the goal was to build a business that promotes healthy habits, intended to be distributed through insurance companies.
“We pretty quickly figured out there was not a strong business... Read more »
The water crisis in Flint, MI, funding announcements, and personnel changes are among these recent headlines from Wisconsin’s innovation community:
—The physician who detected problems with Flint’s water supply and escalated her findings, bringing to light the city’s current water crisis,... Read more »
The biggest news on the West Coast this week came from Stanford University. The school has lured decorated neuroscientist Marc Tessier-Lavigne away from New York’s Rockefeller University to be the 11th president on The Farm, as Stanford is often known. It’s... Read more »
What is the best way to build a startup?
Naturally there are lots of different answers, but a few misconceptions and wrongheaded ideas should get put to rest while chasing unicorn dreams.
Thursday morning in New York, David Klein, CEO of... Read more »