Dennis Keohane is a senior staff writer for BetaBoston. Before becoming the first full-time writer for VentureFizz, he taught at a local private school. During one summer break, he worked with RunKeeper's community management team. A native of Waltham, he currently resides in Natick.
Masses lined up outside of the Apple store Thursday night ahead of Friday's release of the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6+ and created quite the scene on Boylston Street last night, attracting the interest of passersby, posing for photos, and even accepting the generosity of strangers, including a duo who showed up to hand out cold pizza to the crowd. Read More
When Cort Johnson made the move from Terrible Labs to Atlas Venture, some wondered what his specific role at the venture capital firm might be.
With the launch of hack/reduce's "College Ambassador Program," that becomes a little more clear. Read More
Last year, inbound marketing company HubSpot launched what it calls a content optimization system, or COS. It was the company's take on what it would be like to build a CMS, or content management system, from the ground up, Dharmesh Shah said at INBOUND '14 today.
However, there have long been rumors that the company would do something similar with customer relationship management systems (CRMs) or even release a software improvement on the current state of CRMs. Read MoreNorthern IntelligenceDyn announces real-time feedback tool for businesses online
Walking across the bridge on World Trade Center Ave., heading towards this year's INBOUND '14 conference, I started chatting with an attendee about the event. Or, more accurately, he excitedly started talking to me.
"Wow, this is going to be an exciting event," the young marketing employee said as we headed for the opening night of the conference that featured a keynote from former Apple evangelist, author, and current Canva evangelist Guy Kawasaki. Read More
Get BetaBoston by Email
Make BetaBoston yours
Add tags to My Beta to follow the news stories, trends, and companies you care about.