The digital health company is launching a web app for scheduling doctor's appointments, which will compete with ZocDoc.
stories by Christina Farr
RMG Networks will go public on Monday and is merging with digital signage company Symon.com.
Guest Post Palo Alto startup JobArrive.com hopes to break the traditional job search model, offering up a part-time employment specific site, starting in San Francisco Bay Area cites.
Sources are telling us that chronic disease management startup WellDoc is looking for a buyer.
Editor's Pick The wheels of justice are turning against revenge porn sites like "IsAnybodyDown," but they are turning very slowly.
Seattle-based Everymove has closed $3.5 million in funding for its health care mileage program. The company also just launched its Android app, which follows an iPhone app that lets employees gain points for eating nutritious meals and going to the gym.
Digital health incubator Rock Health released data today that shows an increase in funding for med-tech startups in the first quarter of 2013.
Big news for healthcare IT: WorldOne, the New York-based company that claims to be the largest collector of healthcare data has just closed a $30 million round led by Deerfield Management Company.
SiSense closed a $10 million funding round today for its "big data" technology that competes with giants like SAP and Oracle.
Kabbage just announced it has closed a credit facility of $75 million, its largest to date. With these funds, Kabbage aims to provide 100,000 advances by the end of 2013.
We saw a significant uptick in funding today; almost a dozen companies closed rounds in diverse industries, such as sports, consumer-tech, and political-tech.
It will trade under “MKTO” on the Nasdaq exchange. Goldman, Sachs & Co. and Credit Suisse are listed as leading the offering.
Editor's Pick The Canadian government hopes its new 'startup visa' program will stimulate jobs creation, lure foreign entrepreneurs from Silicon Valley, and bolster its claim to be a technology hub.
ElectNext just raised $1.3 million to bring its open political database to the news media.
A new website called CoutureSQD lets women rent from stores like Zara and H&M for $25 a month.
Guest Post If you participate in hackathons just to win hackathons, then you’re missing the point.
The bureau plans to invite all Americans to answer questions online for the next decennial census in 2020.
Residents of Auvergne, a province in south central France, may soon receive their daily paper by drone.
Guest Post We have been fortunate to have raised great rounds, from amazing investors -- but fundraising was one of the most stressful events of my life. Here's what we learned.
Like millions of fellow Facebook users, you updated your profile picture to support marriage equality. Do social media campaigns like these make a difference?