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Handmade Goods Site Etsy Valued at $3.88 Billion in IPO
IPO

Handmade Goods Site Etsy Valued at $3.88 Billion in IPO

Shares of the online marketplace for crafts more than doubled in their debut.
Microsoft Wants to Clean Up Your Germ-Infested Smartphone Screen
Smartphones

Microsoft Wants to Clean Up Your Germ-Infested Smartphone Screen

Fact: Your little talk box is crawling with gobs of toxic crud. Microsoft aims to kill those bugs dead. Here's how.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Navdy, the 'Google Glass for Your Car,' Raises $20 Million
Funding

Navdy, the 'Google Glass for Your Car,' Raises $20 Million

Despite product delays, the startup has raised a total of $33 million in about eight months.
Jason Fell
What Will Attending an Event Be Like In 2020?
Technology

What Will Attending an Event Be Like In 2020?

Within five years, event technology is poised to radically transform every aspect of the event experience.
William Litvack
London Stakes Its Claim as Global Bitcoin Hub
Bitcoin

London Stakes Its Claim as Global Bitcoin Hub

British authorities have come out in support of digital currencies in the name of promoting financial innovation.
Can Etsy Make Money and Do Good at the Same Time?
Doing Good

Can Etsy Make Money and Do Good at the Same Time?

Etsy doesn't think of itself as just another e-commerce company. It says its mission is to 're-imagine commerce.
Julia Boorstin
The 5 Richest Women in Tech
Technology

The 5 Richest Women in Tech

Check out which women are making major bank in the tech sector.
Kate Taylor
This New App Aims to Be the Yelp for People With Autism
Kickstarter

This New App Aims to Be the Yelp for People With Autism

With less than a week left in the Kickstarter campaign, 'Autism Village' says its tool can help parents and caregivers of people with autism.
Carly Okyle
Surprise! Mark Zuckerberg Isn't a Workaholic. Well, Not Exactly.
Mark Zuckerberg

Surprise! Mark Zuckerberg Isn't a Workaholic. Well, Not Exactly.

In his latest Q&A, the billionaire Facebook CEO talked work habits, net neutrality and virtual reality. He even fielded Qs from Richard Branson and Shakira. And, no, he didn't hire that dude who asked him for a job.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Company Executives Poorly Placed to Handle Rising Cyber Risk
Security

Company Executives Poorly Placed to Handle Rising Cyber Risk

A new survey says less than half of company boards have the necessary skills to manage the rising threat of cyber attacks.
EU Says Google Cheated in Shopping Searches
Legal Issues

EU Says Google Cheated in Shopping Searches

In another antitrust investigation, the search giant is accused of distorting Internet search results to favor its shopping service.
Virgin Trains Is Giving Travelers a New Way to Track Their Missing Baggage
Business Travel

Virgin Trains Is Giving Travelers a New Way to Track Their Missing Baggage

U.K.-based Virgin Trains is partnering with a company called HomingPIN to get your bags back to you faster.
Nina Zipkin
A Father-Son Team Raises $10 Million for Their Beekeeping Invention on Indiegogo
IndieGoGo

A Father-Son Team Raises $10 Million for Their Beekeeping Invention on Indiegogo

The Australian entrepreneurs set out to raise $70,000 for their Flow Hive honey-harvesting system. They have raised 14,720 percent of that goal.
Catherine Clifford
How This Digital Agency Is Cashing In on a New Kind of Celebrity Endorsement
Influencers

How This Digital Agency Is Cashing In on a New Kind of Celebrity Endorsement

TheAudience is connecting brands and customers across social media platforms via influencers.
Jason Ankeny