Posts tagged “Startups”
Will a crowdfunded $550,000 round get Royalty Exchange to hockey stick growth? The startup announces new funding, new software for music industry and growth in alternative energy royalty auctions, reports ExitEvent editor Laura Baverman.
Shoeboxed, a fast-growing startup in Durham focused on expense management and receipt tracking, is moving its headquarters this week to the American Underground @ Main.
A crowdfunding bill that many investors and entrepreneurs want passed in North Carolina has been dropped - for now - in a big House package. Is that reason to panic? Will crowdfunding fail again? We've got the inside story.
North Carolina House leaders have filed a long-expected economic development bill that would put more money into luring companies to the state, but it leaves out two key programs avidly sought by the administration. One is crowdfunding.
Lovers of emoji, the cute graphics that punctuate online writing and texts, will soon be able to pick from different skin tones on Apple devices.
Bold, innovative ideas and brand new companies in just 48 hours - that's the mission of Triangle Startup Weekend. And this past weekend, TSW Education attracted more than 90 people who wish to transform public education. The end result: 10 startups.
MaxPoint Interactive, which is aiming to be the next Triangle firm to go public, is looking to raise more than $93 million with an offering of some 7.5 million shares. It's looking for shares to price at between $10.50 and $12.50 per share.
Tonight, organizers will welcome more than 80 participants to NC State's Hunt Library, to launch "Triangle Startup Weekend: Education." We've got all the details.
The Charlotte Venture Challenge, one of the longest running and best-known contests for startups, is accepting applications for the 14th annual event. But time is running out to apply. We've got the details.
West Coast traction prompts Durham wearable tech startup Sqord to move executives to Seattle - and to hire in the Bull City, reports ExitEvent editor Laura Baverman.
PurThread, a startup focused on incorporating antimicrobials into fabrics and yarns, has formed a global partnership with Burlington to incorporate its technology.
InvestiQuant, which recently changed its name from Master the Gap and is led by the original founder of SciQuest, has acquired another market research firm. It's also raised another $1.5 million in funding.
IBM's Watson in dino toys; Windsor Circle hiring; AT&T-Alltel deal closes; Lenovo's 'flash' sale streak; BlackBerry sues Seacrist
In today's Bulldog wrapup: IBM's "Watson" to speak in dinosaur toys; Durham-based startup Windsor Circle is hiring and looking for interns; AT&T-Alltel deal in N.C. closes; another "flash" sale sellout for Lenovo; and BlackBerry sues Ryan Seacrist again.
- Reddit, Google crack down on nude photos; GSK-Novartis deal nears close; Apple loses $539.M dispute; INC's first results; honor for Quintiles
- GSK's nonprescription diet pill 'alli' back in stores after recall
- Bronto's upbeat update; IBM targets hybrid cloud; Quintiles' new exec; YouTube for Kids half-baked?; Comcast earnings