I wrote last month about parallel entrepreneurship: founders who are involved with more than one startup at a time. One of the examples was the team of Phil Beauregard and Matt Grace, who started the restaurant management software company Objective Logistics in 2009, and the social app Rekindle this year.
PillPack, the Somerville-based medication management company, announced this morning that it has raised $8.75 million in a round of funding led by Accel Partners. The round was joined by Atlas Venture as well as High Line Venture Partners, QueensBridge Venture Partners, and individual investors Andy Palmer and David Tisch. Read MoreIRobot's war machines can now be controlled with a tablet app
When firemen or soldiers pair up in the field with any of iRobot’s emergency or war robots, they now have a better way to communicate with their mechanical partners. iRobot has built an application for Android tablets that offers the humans a more intuitive way to control the machines. Read MoreBig IPO for Big OrangeHubSpot goes public a week after Wayfair, raises $125 million
There are opinions and opinions about the link between sleep and creativity — there's evidence that insomnia and 8 solid hours can both do wonders.
For a city that prides itself on creative output, Boston is a city of midnight-oil burners, but it still catches a few more winks than other big cities in it class. Read More
A lot of comparisons have been made of late about the venture/tech scenes in Boston v. New York or New York v. Seattle or San Francisco v. LA. This seems to happen at least once or twice a year — particularly as the NFL season heats up and the MLB playoffs begin, for some reason. Read More