Every three months, Oxford Dictionaries releases its new entries, and modern language mavens everywhere have a field day.
A few of my favorites from the summer update: weak sauce, microaggression, cupcakery, and at the risk of perpetuating... Read more »
One of the year’s biggest tech acquisitions has a pretty interesting—and short—history. Boulder, CO-based SolidFire, a maker of data-storage systems, was acquired this week by Silicon Valley giant NetApp (NASDAQ: NTAP) for $870 million in cash.
SolidFire was formed... Read more »
For Faction, a Denver-based company that offers private, public, and hybrid cloud computing services, running over budget has been a good thing, according to CEO and founder Luke Norris.
Faction exceeded its revenue and growth targets for the year—and likely... Read more »
When OurCrowd founder and CEO Jonathan Medved gives a talk about crowdfunding, as he did at the recent Stocktoberfest conference in San Diego, there is one particular slide in his deck that is something of a show stopper.
Medved says it... Read more »
The percentage of Americans who say they’ve never listened to a podcast is steadily shrinking, but it’s still pretty large — 67 percent, according to a 2015 survey by Edison Research and Triton Digital. I’m going to assume for a minute... Read more »
Martin Shkreli was arrested for securities fraud yesterday, and today he has one fewer business to run. Turing Pharmaceuticals announced this morning Shkreli has resigned his post as CEO.
His departure from Turing marks the second time he has built a... Read more »
FullContact, a Denver-based software company, announced Thursday it has bought nGame, a Dallas-area marketing tech startup.
FullContact makes software that takes data from address books and contact lists people keep in apps like Gmail, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Its selling point... Read more »