With revenue falling short of targets, CEO Jeff Weiner assured investors that full year revenues will climb, on a conference call today. Is the stock a victim of its own success?
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LaunchPad Toys just released a new app, Toontastic Jr. Shrek, and has partnered with DreamWorks Animation. The goal is to make content creation accessible to kids at a very young age.
Zynga cofounder Mark Pincus just announced plans to launch an accelerator for startups developing educational games.
MindMixer's founders are on a mission to inspire citizen engagement, particularly around important social issues like education and health care.
U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan spoke frankly to a roomful of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs about the crisis in our current education system.
On Deck says it opened its round to further investment so it can build more products, and hire technical talent. But the company will also benefit from its association with Thiel, a major player in Silicon Valley, and a notoriously founder-friendly investor.
"In 2028 we won't have five thousand people who can help on cancer research. We will have five million people," Khan predicted in a talk about the future of education.
Asana, the startup that helps individuals and teams get tasks done, has its eye on the prize: large enterprises.
Entrepreneur and former journalist Courtney Boyd Myers [above] has launched an agency, dubbed Audience.io, to help tech startups with their audience development and digital marketing efforts as they move across the pond.
Want to promote a petition on Change.org? For $1000 or less, you're guaranteed more eyeballs to any campaign.
Startups targeted to businesses, rather than consumers, are increasingly closing the largest rounds. Today was no exception.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick says a Reuters story is false, and the company is not raising a round.
Editor's Pick Venture capital is drying up for early-stage medical devices. Experts say that American patients are already "missing out" on the most innovative treatment options.
Madison Color aims to reinvent the home hair care experience, starting with color.
Good Technology has secured $50 million in new equity funding, according to an SEC filing.
The Federal Communications Commission announced today it has hired Michael Steffan as the director of digital learning. Steffen will lead initiatives to expand access to broadband Internet in schools.
"Imagine all diagnostics some day being reduced to a simple blood test," said CEO Roopam Banerjee, who believes Raindance products are a "step in that direction."
The goal for the multiyear partnership is to make genetic analysis a routine part of patient care.
Guest Post Dispelling the three most common myths about personalized learning.
A San Francisco-based agency called 10x Management is among the first to bring a Hollywood agency model to the tech industry.