Even before his keynote Monday at the Inbound conference in South Boston, Guy Kawasaki loomed god-like on the big electronic marquee looking down on the growing crowd of Hubspotters, social media addicts, and other attendees swelling eventually to 10,000. Read More
A smart irrigation startup founded in Israel and now based out of MassChallenge in Boston, AutoAgronom, has been acquired by a Chinese firm for $20 million.
Since launching its on-demand cleaning and handyman service in Boston in mid-2012, Handybook has expanded to 28 cities and 150 employees. Today, the New York-based company, which still maintains a Boston office, has changed its name to Handy in an effort to become an even bigger player in the “Uberification” of the economy.