News and Articles About Tech Startups
Mark Peter Davis' journey from venture capitalist back to entrepreneur has given him a unique perspective on the new challenges of start-up fundraising.
A look at crowdfunding stars, plus tips for raising the money you need to get off the ground.
In a world where file storage needs run to 1.8 trillion gigabytes, Silicon Valley startup Peaxy hopes to make it easier than ever for businesses to manage their data.
The entrepreneurs behind two recent documentary films about U.S. start-up culture talk about how they made the films and why they matter.
QuickPay drives the private parking lot into the 21st century.
To highlight Global Entrepreneurship Week, we took a look at how international entrepreneurs are starting to reel in Silicon-Valley-sized investments.
From a tool that lets you remotely lock and unlock your door to a ride-sharing system, these new companies aim to make life better.
Faced with a glut of daily-deal sites, new entrants are having a tough time winning over merchants. Here's how to cut through the hype and build your client roster.
It's often hard to pigeonhole a generation of business owners, but as a voting block they do seem to come together -- at least on one issue.
Making it big in the fashion world has always been a tall task. Here's a look at how three startups are using technology to find an 'in' with customers and brands.
In startup world, Southern California is giving Silicon Valley a run for its money.
Steve Case emerged from the most maligned merger in American business history to become one of the nation's leading proponents of entrepreneurship.
Jay Nemeth of FlightLine Films explains why he got into aerospace cinematography before there was a demand for it.
Entrepreneurs can now refer to Web Platform, a new site that offers online development and best practices.
Student entrepreneur David D. Chait discusses the importance of leveraging like-minded people in your community.
The Napster and Airtime co-founder says too many people with terrible ideas are founding companies.
Beyond Silicon Valley and Silicon Alley, these are the places you'll find financial and other support for your business ideas.
Limor Fried created her open-source hardware and electronics company, Adafruit Industries, in her MIT dorm room. The story of how she grew her business makes her a finalist for Entrepreneur of 2012.
Hilarious videos from possibly faux company Vooza can offer every business owner a lesson in creativity.
Tech giants aren't just looking for talent, they're buying it. See what the transition has been like for start-up founders.
Development firm inMarket shares the secrets to building a successful app.
The NY Tech Meetup chairman offers his thoughts on the future of social media and helpful resources for starting up today.
Tech companies are taking the tedium out of training. Here are a few of our favorite digital fitness options.
How the device manufacturer is building a following by enhancing users' workouts through gaming and community-building.
The startup's technology is reinventing the digital camera and carving its own competitive niche.
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