Updated September 13, 2011
'Be Seen' is the new tagline for the e-commerce services provider, which works with more than 3,000 clients worldwide.
September 13, 2011
Southern Capitol Ventures' latest panel discussion features four Triangle success stories in the SaaS space as well as several national VCs and insight from a top Wall Street analyst.
Updated September 12, 2011
The Intelligence and National Security Alliance says threats could lead to a "catastrophic collapse of a company."
Updated August 30, 2011
Founded by Mitch Galbraith and Mark Smallcombe, flickme marries the communal element of movies with the social element of the Web. It began with an observation that the movie streaming experiences currently available to users, such as the popular subscription service Netflix, aren't dynamic.
Flickme's home page
August 30, 2011
As Facebook and Yelp reduce their efforts to combat Groupon and other coupon sites, the industry is losing revenues and numbers of daily deal sites.
August 25, 2011
The two North Carolina markets are among 30 new targets for the online discount service. AmazonLocal is a new competitor for sites such as Groupon and LivingSocial.
AmazonLocal comes to Raleigh, Charlotte
August 12, 2011
ettain group builds a new site for the Arts & Science Council that is designed to link donors and cultural groups.
Updated August 12, 2011
E-commerce services provider Channel Advisor's latest review of Facebook Commerce shows the addition of another 13.8 million "fans."
Tracking growth at Facebook
August 8, 2011
Blu-ray home player sales increase and HDTV sales avoid slipage in a slow economy, but more consumers are turning to renting rather than buying DVDs.
August 5, 2011
The Cary-based provider of e-procurement services says quarterly income grew 22 percent over a year ago but profit remains flat.
August 2, 2011
Google bought Dealmap just a few weeks after starting its own daily deal service to compete with Groupon and LivingSocial, the early leaders in one of the Internet's fastest growing advertising niches.
Updated August 1, 2011
Although the overall global economy is sluggish at best, the online business continues to grow with Morrisville-based e-commerce services provider ChannelAdvisor cashing in. The help wanted sign is out, too.
Business booms for Scot Wingo