Guest Post Saving someone's feelings? You might not be doing her any favors in the long run.
Real estate listings site Trulia announced this morning that it is looking to raise $150 million so it can move quickly on potential acquisitions.
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Guest Post With a little more interest from institutional investors, Berlin will be the startup capital of Europe.
An unusually high-calibre group of startups debuted at VCIR, which is billed as Colorado's largest and longest-running tech conference.
From a first equity hire to a first round, these documents give startup founders a leg up -- now with more open-source collaboration and nerdy street cred!
Life is short. Get acquired.
Guest Post Silicon Valley is still the gold standard for tech entrepreneurship. However, Austin is now emerging as a new destination of choice for tech startups as well as larger enterprise companies -- for a variety of economic and cultural reasons.
Guest Post Many startups have a “make it happen now” sense of urgency that is important to their survival and success. But that urgency can actually hurt the brand-building process.
Refund.me is a Potsdam-based startup dedicated to getting passengers compensation from flight companies when their planes are delayed or cancelled.
Guest Post Think your startup will succeed if you only hire unicorn employees? Here's why that's ridiculous.
Ed-tech startup Coursera has announced that 29 more schools will offer courses on its online platform, bringing its total to 62 schools.
Guest Post Here's how to not sound like a tool or a startup clone in eight easy steps!
Editor's Pick Boulder's startup scene is booming right now. Here are 10 innovative companies that exemplify what is happening there.
Editor's Pick I called on the serial entrepreneur and father of the "Lean startup" movement for a dose of perspective.
Guest Post Startups are having a tough time finding the talent they need, and Congress is paying attention.
Getting technical and entrepreneurial talent into the U.S. may be a lot easier very soon if a bipartisan group of senators manage to get the Startup Act 3.0 passed. Unfortunately, versions 1.0 and 2.0 died slow and silent deaths.
Point Nine Capital closed its second fund, dedicated to supporting and nurturing European startups.
Feld has been bewitched by the promise of Google Fiber, and soon he's going to give the gift of super-fast Internet speeds to a few lucky startups in KC.
The smart, social, mobile, and above all digital world we're building is the new industrial revolution, and the bricklayers and grease monkeys of this era are Ruby developers and database administrators.