Boston recruiting software company Bullhorn today announced its first acquisition of a West Coast company, The Code Works of San Francisco, and said the company’s founder, Jonathan Novich, will be moving to Boston.
Voiceitt, a company founded in Israel currently taking part in MassChallenge, has developed a voice recognition platform that could give a voice to the millions of people living with speech disabilities. On Monday, the company is launching an IndieGogo crowdfunding campaign to raise money for TalkItt, the company's technology that translates unintelligible language into understandable speech.
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Alcohol delivery company Drizly has been busy in the first half of the year. Raising $4.8 million and expanding its services (from Boston to Manhattan and Brooklyn to Chicago and Los Angeles) is as an impressive 2014 resume as any local startup. Read More
Thursday will go down as one of the best examples of all that is right in the Boston tech and innovation community and made clear that the momentum that everyone in the "Innovation Economy" has been talking about for a couple of years now is, in fact, very real. Read MoreHolding the purse stringsWhich Boston angels get to spend Atlas Venture's money? (list)
Last year, LearnLaunchX, Boston's edtech startup accelerator, hosted its first demo day. The location was District Hall in the South Boston Seaport, which at the time had just recently opened. For last year's event, the space was still unfinished, there was no coffee shop, and Gather, District Hall's restaurant, wasn't even close to being a reality. Read More
Over on BostonGlobe.com, there's a look at the innovative restaurants blossoming in the innovation district, from the Italian dim sum of MC Spiedo to the char-grilled octopus at Gather. Is it lunch time yet? Discuss
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