stories by Dylan Tweney
A hedge fund that analyzed tweets to figure out where to invest closed its doors after just one month, and is now preparing a public Twitter-based trading tool.
Guest Post Our company has pitched to VCs many times this past year to raise capital. After much fine-tuning, we put together a colorful investment infographic on a handout, which has helped in getting VCs’ attention.
VidyoVidyo president, chief executive, and co-founder Ofer Shapiro
Facebook began trading on the public markets for the first time today, and at the company’s headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif., excitement levels were high. Here’s a look inside.
Guest Post This is the first in a series of VentureBeat columns by award-winning author and serial entrepreneur Penelope Trunk. She’s going to be our startup critic: She’ll review new companies, point out what they’re doing right, and give them advice (which she’s never shy about anyway) for how they can improve. Her first company is Browsemob.
It’s not a good week to be the head of a publicly-traded company — if you like playing fast and loose with the rules, that is.
Rovio released Angry Birds for Facebook on February 14, but now it’s done one better: You can play the game right in your Timeline.
I was flabbergasted at the news that Microsoft had invested $300 million into Barnes & Noble’s Nook business, making the e-reader subsidiary, at a $1.7 billion valuation, worth more than B&N itself.
Guest Post Flickr/Cliff1066This isn't going to end well.
Sponsored Post Ultrabooks promise ultra-long battery life. To make good on that promise, though, developers need to learn how to use computing resources the right way…
Google’s long-anticipated file-sharing service, Google Drive, may have a lot in common with Google Docs, and might even have the same features.