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Neuro+, based in Durham, recently launched their technology, designed to help children--and adults--develop attention skills. The technology was designed with children diagnosed with ADHD in mind, yet is applicable and accessible to anyone that seeks to improve their attention skills.
In an interview with Wake County Economic Development's Executive Director, WRAL Tech Wire's Jason H. Parker explores programs that bolster startup communities outside of Durham, Raleigh, and RTP.
Amidst corporate changes at Citrix Systems, the company may elect to close down the Raleigh Innovators Program, a project through the Citrix Startup Accelerator, Red Hat, HQ Raleigh, the City of Raleigh, and the Cherokee Challenge.
Global Entrepreneurship Week wound down this weekend. After 23 events, organizers and participants reflect on the experience. Some were so excited, they produced their own teaser music video.
SciQuest turned 20 this week. To celebrate, the company released a new brand and new website. The company also celebrated their 5th anniversary as a public company, ringing the opening bell at NASDAQ.
Next week, Durham-based Yaarlo will release a significant product update on their app, which lets users scan receipts from retail and online stores and earn rebates. Just in time for holiday shopping...
Google has launched a partnership with Zillow and LendingTree to bolster its "Compare" shopping tool. The company is licensed to broker mortgages in California, and plans to expand to other states soon.
The state-run program provides matching grants of up to $50,000 to North Carolina businesses that have received either federal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) or Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grant awards.
A new report from Technology Business Research finds that companies will spend a whopping $133 billion on public cloud services by 2018. So what are the factors driving the growth? Our Insiders get the details.
GSK has struck a development agreement with Idera Pharmaceuticals, Inc., which develops drugs for patients with renal disease. The deal comes with an up-front payment of $2.5 million to Idera, and is worth as much as $100 million.
Drug giant Pfizer and Allergan are merging in a deal valued at $160 billion, according to The Wall Street Journal. Pfizer has a number of operations across North Carolina. The deal would create the world's largest pharmaceutical company in sales.
AAIPharma Services Corp./Cambridge Major Laboratories, a drug development and manufacturing company, today announce an investment of $15.8 million to expand its laboratories and global headquarters in Wilmington over the next three years, creating at least 37 new jobs by 2018.