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How does my startup get acquired? Google, Citrix, Red Hat execs offer tips at Tech Venture conference
Many companies see acquisition as their exit strategy. During a panel at CED's Tech Venture Conference, executives at Google, Citrix and Red Hat offer insight about what they look for in potential deals. WRALTechWire Insiders get the inside story.
In a blog post, CED President Joan Siefert Rose contrasts the environment for entrepreneurs in North Carolina and the U.S. with that facing entrepreneurs in Europe. There's quite a difference, she writes.
Federal, state and local leaders offer praise to MCNC for its recent completion of the $144 million Golden LEAF Rural Broadband Initiative in North Carolina in a new video compilation this week.
"Give up the paper and download the app," says the Council for Entrepreneurial Development. It's launching a mobile app to help Tech Venture event attendees replace a conference program - and make tracking down information a lot more mobile.
For job seekers in the information technology sector, the news is getting worse - not better. A new report from the N.C. Technology Associations finds that job openings declined again in August and warns that the outlook for hiring is worsening.
A total of 37 community leaders bring attention to the continuing scourge of homelessness by participating in a "sleep out." One CEO involved says his participation inspires him to try to do more to help. (Note: This column has been updated to include additional comments.)
CED Tech Venture 2013: The web is winning the battle over print when it comes to publishing, but the role and implementation of online advertising, still the primary source of revenue for publishers, continues to evolve. Adzerk aimks to be a player in the evolution.
CED Tech Venture 2013 profile: The mobile internet and its ceaseless demands are creating unprecedented opportunities. Sarda Technologies is taking advantage of one of those opportunities - the need to manage voltage in high demand environments within small, mobile devices.
Broadband Report: The U.S., and especially North Carolina, continues to do a pretty good job in terms of general capacity and availability for Internet when compared to Europe, says one traveler just returning from the EU.
The CED unveils a new report that summarizes entrepreneurial, venture capital, M&A and other business activity in an attempt to boost North Carolina;s innovation economy.
Finding jobs in the information technology sector across North Carolina is getting harder. A new report from the N.C. Technology Association says high-tech job openings fell 10 percent in July from June, ending a six-month streak of more openings.
In an event put on simultaneously at four locations around North Carolina, the operator of the North Carolina Research and Education Network along with its funders and partners declare the 2,600 fiber mile highway complete. But much work remains to be done now in leveraging the state's newest asset.
MCNC, the non-profit operator of the North Carolina Research and Education Network, today will celebrate the completion of the $144 million Golden LEAF Rural Broadband Initiative for North Carolina.