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David Morken is turning loose the "David" he helped create to take on the "Goliaths" in the wireless industry as Republic Wireless spins out from Raleigh-based Bandwidth. But Morken says Republic's new CEO and the company are ready to fight even more aggressively while he turns his attention to Bandwidth, which is ready for "cleared hot" growth.
Eleven-year-old Gavin Clark and father Will Clark, who won the CityCamp NC competition in 2015, take home the top prizes in the 2016 NC Datapalooza event. Here's a recap of the event.
Did you know that Raleigh-based Republic Wireless is close to a $100 million-a-year company and growing fast? New CEO Chris Chuang talks about Republic's rapid growth, its awards for service, profitability, and how the company plans to defend its WiFi calling technology.
Chris Chuang, the CEO of newly spun-out Republic Wireless, has big plans to grow the former Bandwidth company thanks to a $30 million cash infusion and ongoing growth. In the first of a two-part exclusive Q&A with WRAL TechWire, Chuang spells out his goals.
House passage of a biomedical bill on Wednesday is seen as being a big boost for startups and emerging companies in drug development, says the National Venture Capital Association. One of the nation's biggest life science hubs is in Research Triangle Park.
HQ Raleigh is expanding its presence in downtown Raleigh by adding 15,000 square feet of space in the Capital Club building. HQ Raleigh says it is leasing four floors in order to be able to offer more space to startups and emerging companies.
Raleigh crowdfunding startup Malartu Funds has drawn its own crowd: 23 investors who lined up to provide $128,000 in fresh capital.
As we undergo continuing rapid change, many of the old assumptions that we have relied on will no longer apply. Technology is creating a new set of rules that will change our very existence. Here are six:
K4Connect, the Raleigh-based startup seeking to link older adults and individuals living with disabilities through the latest in "smart technologies" into a single responsive system, is on a hiring binge as it moves into a new headquarters.
Triangle technology veteran Christy Shaffer knows more than a little something about running a company and raising venture capital. In a Q&A with ExitEvent, Shaffer describes how her career set the stage for becoming a venture capitalist.