Startups are setting up shop on Fremont Street in the heart of the downtown corridor in Vegas. To cater to the needs of the new arrivals, new office spaces, co-working spots and trendy restaurants have rapidly emerged.
Editor’s Pick How Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh and a small team of entrepreneurs are attempting to fix health care and education in one of the most undeserved parts of the country.
Editor’s Pick Tony Hsieh’s great urban experiment is transforming the downtown Vegas economy. Is it a model that can be replicated elsewhere?
South by Southwest Interactive is a successful experiment in startup community building. It may be crowded, noisy, and overhyped, but it’s still an excellent place to build connections.
Editor’s Pick Thinx has designed the ultimate hi-tech, high-quality line of womens underwear to improve ‘that time of the month’ for women around the world.
How a tough decision turned into a billion dollar idea.
Romo 1 earned Kickstarter pledges of $114,796. But the newest Romo is just getting started.
Zappos customers got more from the online shoe retailer this month than a pair of winter boots. They all received a bit of a shock on Sunday when CEO Tony Hsieh revealed that the company suffered a security breach on one of its Kentucky servers.
Former TechCrunch staff member Paul Carr announced today on his blog that he was starting a new company based in Las Vegas, Nevada with investments from Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh and Michael Arrington’s CrunchFund.