For the second installment of our new "Beers with..." series, a joint effort of the New England Venture Capital Association, Directr, and BetaBoston, we headed over to the Leather District office of NextView Ventures to chat with Rob Go. Read More
Rapid7 just expanded into a larger office in Boston while Veracode and Bit9 are eyeing IPOs for coming years. But those aren’t the only cybersecurity firms in the Boston area with a big opportunity ahead. At the earlier stage, the area has a growing cluster of security companies looking to protect against increasingly sophisticated attackers.
Read More'Almost a mania'Boom times again for startups
The venture capital industry is pumping money into new companies at a rate not seen since the dot-com heyday at the turn of the century.
Read MoreThe Tweets are coming, The Tweets are coming...The (Twitter) Ride of Paul Revere
I've heard Jana Mobile described as many things: a mobile ad platform, a new marketing framework, an organization changing the lives of people in emerging markets like India and Nigeria. However, the truly best way to describe the company, which you don't hear too often, is that Jana is the catalyst for a new global currency. Read More
Boston’s RunKeeper today debuts a new mobile app that aims to help motivate you to move yourself even when you’re not working out. While the idea is simple — a step counter paired with well-timed push notifications to help you hit daily goals — the company aspires to make wearables from the likes of Fitbit and Jawbone no longer necessary.
Read MoreAntenna anxietyAereo tries to sway sentiment ahead of Supreme Court hearing
Days before facing a hearing in the US Supreme Court, Aereo Inc. has made a new bid to swing public opinion in its favor over its business of streaming television shows over the Web.
The company, which has its engineering offices in Boston, on Thursday debuted a new website that advocates for its cause as the broadcast industry tries to convince the Supreme Court to shut down its business.
Read MoreAcoustic setFloDesign Sonics gets $10 million to bring acoustics technology to new areas
On Thursday, FloDesign Sonics, based in Wilbraham, Mass., announced a $10 million Series A led by Bright Capital. The new round of funding also included investments from Ventry Industries of Springfield, as well a James Waters, the founder of Waters Corp., and Jonathan Fleming of Oxford Biosciences. Read More
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