May 25

Premium Lock Bronto's co-founder gets 'the itch,' launches new venture

Joe Colopy, the co-founder and CEO of Bronto Software who sold the company for some $200 million then left it a year ago, didn't stay unemployed or out of entrepreneurship for very long. He's back with a new venture focusing on software to help companies make better hires.

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Updated May 25

Premium Lock Inside Lenovo: Mobile, data center losses threaten profitability

Lenovo's latest Yogabook Analysis: Lenovo's revamped go-to-market strategy fueled a return to revenue growth, but operating losses in Mobile and Data Center threaten its profitability, says Technology Business Research Analyst Jack Narcotta.

Updated May 25

Premium Lock Lenovo unveils new strategy, ends 5-quarter revenue slide

After disclosing a major reorganization last week with a new emphasis being placed on China, Lenovo's top executive spells out a new overall strategy for the global tech giant. The company did report a return to revenue growth after five straight quarters of decline.

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Updated May 25

Premium Lock NCSU researchers find new way to control light with electrical fields

Researchers from North Carolina State University have discovered a technique for controlling light with electric fields.

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May 25

Premium Lock Liquidia's opiod alternative fares well in Phase 1 trial

Liquidia's PRINT technology ​Morrisville-based Liquidia Technologies has reported positive initial results from a phase 1 clinical trial of a drug candidate for relieving post-surgery pain as an alternative to addictive opioids.

Updated May 25

Premium Lock NeuroVice to represent Triangle in 1776 startup Challenge Cup (+ video)

NeuroVice, an emerging company that's developed a tongue protector to prevent tongue-biting and drooling during a seizure, will represent the Triangle in the upcoming 1776 Challenge Cup pitch event.

Updated May 25

Premium Lock Red Hat acquires Silicon Valley startup in on-demand cloud play (+ video)

Red Hat continues to expand its embrace of cloud computing and services with the acquisition of Silicon Valley startup Codenvy, a developer on cloud-on-demand tools and services.

May 25

Premium Lock Cree to pay outgoing CEO Swoboda at least $2.8 million

Cree's Chuck Swoboda  Lighting and semiconductor technology firm Cree will pay outgoing Chief Executive Officer Charles Swoboda more than $2.8 million as part of a severance agreement.

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May 25

Premium Lock Broadband tracker: NC launches tool to test Internet speed (+ video)

North Carolina's Broadband Infrastructure Office is offering an online tool to help people track, test and report Internet service speeds. The office says results will help the state "identify areas that need better access."

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