Abbey Post is a fashion marketplace that brings social e-commerce to the plus-size community. The company just released a totally rebuilt version of the site, which now features an internal social network and expanded inventory
Sometimes regulation puts the brakes on innovation. Now car-sharing startup RelayRides has suspended its service in New York City after being served with a cease-and-desist letter.
JOOR is using software to make the journey from runway to retail stores as smooth as walking down a catwalk. The company is on track to do more than $350 million in transactions in 2013, which is more than three times the amount from 2012.
Here's one way NYC businesses can start offering deliveries.
Editor's Pick LocalResponse may have solved the big problem with making mobile ads relevant.
Ever felt like your favorite music app just doesn't get you? With its latest iPhone app, Songza wants to get to know you better than ever and help find the perfect music for your mood or activity.
Now local business owners have an easier way to manage their Facebook pages.
Exciting public-data-search startup Enigma has won TechCrunch Disrupt NY's Startup Battlefield amid strong competition.
The ongoing saga around approving taxi hailing apps in New York City is beginning to resemble a wild ride in one of the city's taxis.
Editor's Pick Most startup founders fresh off raising $15 million from Andreessen Horowitz would show up at a tech conference ready to prove themselves further. Not Rap Genius.
Transportation startups are a hot thing now, but the space is a battleground, and the tension was clear to see onstage today at TechCrunch Disrupt.
All the developers and consumers out there who hate Apple's iCloud might have a new favorite service with NimbusBase, a new startup that helps sync user data across app platforms.
New York VC Fred Wilson shared his thoughts today on what makes good founders and what you shouldn't do in a pitch meeting.
All-star investor Fred Wilson has weighed in on the ongoing saga of location-based service Foursquare and whether the company is in trouble. He says the company is fine.
Real estate modeling and the digital mapping of commercial spaces isn't the most exciting concept, but New York startup Floored's 3D space modeling is so cool that it might change that.
Foursquare CEO Dennis Crowley took on Foursquare critics who doubt that the company can grow into a profitable business.
Prominent entrepreneur and Andreessen Horowitz investor Chris Dixon is known for being ahead of the curve. The next thing he has his eye on: Bitcoin startups.
New York City's Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator (ERA) is graduating 10 startups from its Winter 2013 class this morning, and we're live at the scene for their demo day presentations.
Admit it, you've thought about dabbling in affiliate marketing. After all, who wouldn't want to make an extra buck by sharing a few products on their blog or Twitter?
More New York City commuters can now get cell phone service underground -- for better or for worse.