Editor’s Pick Foursquare may be a great app, but it suffers from some fundamental deal-breaking paradoxes.
Foursquare CEO Dennis Crowley took on Foursquare critics who doubt that the company can grow into a profitable business.
Foursquare needs to prove it can make money — and fast. Why not harness all of that check-in data?
While it’s been four years since Foursquare introduced itself to world, the company is still hashing out its business strategy. And that should horrify investors.
Over the past year or so Foursquare has become the best local search app that you’re probably not using. And that’s all Foursquare’s fault.
Former Square COO Keith Rabois took to Twitter today to bash social location app Foursquare, but Foursquare CEO Dennis Crowley did not simply sit back and take it. He punched back.
Foursquare is attempting to make the unfamiliar less mysterious with the addition of familiar nearby places to hundreds of business pages Friday.
Editor's Pick “I had a model girlfriend and a BMW. I wore a Rolex. But I was really miserable,” says Scott Harrison, founder of charity:water, on the period leading up to its genesis.
Location service Foursquare is showing off its new coat of paint. The company today unveiled a website redesign with a whole new experience for people sitting at their desks. What started as a check-in game all of a sudden seems a lot more like a formidable business in the making.