The notable startup fundings for the week ending 12/21/19 featuring funding details for Osano, CallMiner, Grail, and much much more.
The notable startup fundings for the week ending 12/14/19 featuring funding details for Hometap, EdCast, WalkMe, and much much more.
The notable startup fundings for the week ending 10/26/19 featuring funding details for Augmedix, Winnie, Shipwell, and much much more.
Everything you need to need to know about the largest US startup funding rounds for August of 2019; broken down by industry, stage, investors, and more…
The notable startup fundings for the week ending 8/17/19 featuring funding details for Nurx, UrbanStems, Mason, and much much more.
We need to retain brain capital in the U.S. as the foreign nationals who exit our universities with graduate degrees are currently not allowed to stay. Entrepreneurs return home and end up competing with American companies – removing potential jobs that should be kept in the U.S. Foreign Harvard graduates who partner with peer entrepreneurs […]
Stanford researcher Mark Denny used models from the animal world to examine just how much faster we might get in the future. Here, he explains his work.
There’s a lot of talk about Silicon Valley vs Silicon Alley. Let’s be honest: New York startups head west for the Silicon Valley investors. Silicon Valley companies open offices here for the access to the wealth of established industries that only New York offers. As for the rivalry: enough already, although one thing that the […]
Is Nixie, a flying camera-drone, the next big thing in personal cameras? Nixie CEO and founder Christoph Kohstall discusses the drone and what’s next with Sara Murray.
The Problem: I don’t believe there is a gender bias in the startup community but rather a personality bias. The startup world favors individuals who are focused on winning and are willing to go to any lengths to succeed. Unfortunately, women are typically raised in a manner that doesn’t develop these personality traits. In my […]