Guest Post The US is a global leader in Internet and smartphone penetration and use, but the rest of the world is catching up fast. With a good part of the growth for consumer products happening abroad, the question isn’t if you should go global with your startup, but how and when.
After being Amazon.com’s best-selling laptop for 149 days straight, Google is taking its Chromebook show on the road, both internationally and at home.
Lyft, the mobile app that lets you order a moustache-adorned car in minutes, is expanding its service to new cities, including Seattle and Los Angeles.
After a successful U.S. launch, streaming music service Spotify is now turning its attention to Canada.
Blizzard Entertainment has begun beta testing for the next World of Warcraft expansion, Mists of Pandaria.
Customer and workforce analytics software company Enkata on Monday announced it has raised a new $4.4 million funding round, with goals of expanding the company and continuing to help improve customer service tools.
Streaming video service Hulu is planning to expand its service into Japan, the company announced Wednesday in a blog post.
Guest Post (Editor’s note: Serial entrepreneur Steve Blank is the author of Four Steps to the Epiphany. This column originally appeared on his blog.)
At some point in my career, I began to ponder how/why startups morph from agile, “can do” companies to ones that have lost their edge. I didn’t need to look much further than the “new building” debacle I had a hand in.