Startup of the week / Commerce Sciences puts you in that buying mood - Haaretz
Startup of the week / Commerce Sciences puts you in that buying mood
Startup of the week / Commerce Sciences puts you in that buying mood. The Israeli company uses psychology and behavioral economics to get Web users to take out their credit cards. By Inbal Orpaz | May.05, 2013 | 4:05 PM ...
Mobile Video Startup Vuclip Buys Jigsee To Target Emerging Markets With Apps - TechCrunch
Mobile Video Startup Vuclip Buys Jigsee To Target Emerging Markets With Apps
A little consolidation underway in the world of mobile video streaming: Vuclip — a Silicon Valley-based startup that offers mobile video streaming services to across some 200 countries and 5,500 devices — today announced that it is acquiring Jigsee ...
The 18 Most Ridiculous Startup Ideas That Eventually Became Successful - Huffington Post
The 18 Most Ridiculous Startup Ideas That Eventually Became Successful
They'll do it for the convenience, even though they have to wait a week for the book <a href="http://www.quora.com/What-are-some-of-the-most-ridiculous-startup-ideas-that-eventually-became-successful" target="_blank">Source: Michael Wolfe on Quora.</a> ...
Disgraced Startup Founder Declares War On The Journalist Who 'Destroyed' Him - San Francisco Chronicle
Disgraced Startup Founder Declares War On The Journalist Who 'Destroyed' Him
San Francisco Chronicle
When Luke Bozier, former political press exec and co-founder of social network Menshn, was arrested in December for allegedly possessing pornographic images of children, it was a big shock to London's nascent start up scene. Bozier's downfall occured ...
Universities teach entrepreneurship in age of startups - CityNews
Universities teach entrepreneurship in age of startups
Jacobson currently runs his startup with partner, Garrett Gottlieb, out of the Hyperdrive incubator program at Communitech in Waterloo, after making connections through the university. The company employs a director of health and fitness, and a number ...
Biz Stone's New Startup Jelly Sounds Like A Home For Do-Gooders On The Go - TechCrunch
Biz Stone's New Startup Jelly Sounds Like A Home For Do-Gooders On The Go
tumblr_inline_mkhgiwlic81qz4rgp. AllThingsD reported last week that Twitter co-founder Biz Stone was working on a new mobile startup called “Jelly.” Today, a company blog post has emerged that gives us a few more details as to what Jelly might focus on ...
Twitter Co-Founder Confirms He's Working Full Time on New Startup
Twitter co-founder hints at new startup venture called Jelly
Biz Stone Confirms New Startup 'Jelly'
Too small to fail: The partnership-driven nature of fintech startups - PandoDaily (blog)
Too small to fail: The partnership-driven nature of fintech startups
In many other big industries, a five-person, product-ready startup is somewhat rare. There aren't many telco, auto, or energy startups taking on the incumbents with a $5 million Series A. To be sure, there are some exciting new companies in those ...
Urban Airship raises another $25 million; Portland startup plans hiring surge ... - Businessweek
Urban Airship raises another $25 million; Portland startup plans hiring surge ...
Another entrepreneurial Portland company has landed major venture capital backing -- the third such announcement in just four weeks. This time it's Urban Airship, whose software enables "push" notification in smartphone apps. The company said this ...
As Portland startups grow, does the city have room?
Portland tech startup Urban Airship plans to double workforce
Urban Airship soars to another $25M in funding
Startup names don't have to be terrible. Here's the proof. - VentureBeat
Startup names don't have to be terrible. Here's the proof.
I'm talking about brand names — especially the names of startups. Here in San Francisco, Silicon Valley, and the rest of the Bay area, we're home to plenty of brand names that sound nonsensical at first, but have since become household names: Google, ...
The Trials And Tribulations Of A Global Startup - TechCrunch
The Trials And Tribulations Of A Global Startup
That's causing headaches for global startups. Take Babelverse co-founder Mayel de Borniol. He calls himself a “glomad,” which means a world traveler with no fixed address. Officially he's a French citizen, but he prefers not to even think of himself as ...