How much would you donate to charity to have a private pitch meeting with your favorite venture capitalist?
Mind the Bridge held its first ever demo day where six European startups brought their ideas and products to Silicon Valley.
Online investment manager Nutmeg opens for business in the U.K.
Editor’s Pick Legendary venture capitalist Tim Draper is worried about America running out of heroes. And he’s not talking about Superman or the Hulk.
Adam Draper, carrying on his family’s multi-generation venture capital legacy, recently launched BoostFunder, an online marketplace where startups and investors can meet to facilitate the investment process. Now that the company is off and running, it has divulged its first list of featured companies to VentureBeat:
Referred to as China’s Wikipedia, Hudong.com is a Chinese-language online encyclopedia. The company is reportedly raising a $50 million third round of funding, sources told Fortune.
For many people, a simple “Happy Birthday” on a friend’s Facebook wall is enough. But a startup called Giftiki is launching a new group gift-giving tool Monday to make a birthdays a bigger deal using Facebook.
The pundits were out in force today as they described the big drop in the stock market. Which quote was your favorite?
The biggest question on every mind in Silicon Valley relates to our collective worst nightmare: Could a macroeconomic collapse trigger another dotcom-esque bust?
Fuzzy, retro-filtered photo sharing is starting to look like a real business. Now Streamzoo is going after the virally popular Instagram with an updated, multi-platform version of its photo-sharing app, released today.