Editor’s note: Guest author Dave Chase spent the 90′s working at Microsoft in various senior marketing and general management roles, including founding Microsoft’s global healthcare unit that has grown to be Microsoft’s most significant vertical market.
The speakers for Disrupt just keep on getting better and better. Today, we are extremely excited to announce four more guests who will join us at this year’s Disrupt in New York City: Marissa Mayer, David Karp, Kevin Systrom, and Tony Conrad.
CenturyLink Inc., the Louisiana- based fixed-line phone and Internet company, agreed to buy Savvis Inc. for $2.5 billion to add services that let business customers store and access data and applications online.
The rumors were spot on. Nintendo confirmed in its latest earnings report that it’ll launch a new home video game system in 2012, and will show it off at this year’s E3 trade show. As for details, there are none.
“Consumer Internet entrepreneurs are like pro basketball players,” a venture capitalist told me recently while discussing the prospects for a thirty-something founder, “They peak at 25, by 30 they’re usually done.
Last week President Obama spoke at Facebook, emphasizing during the townhall that the US needs to be bullish on Science and Math education if we are to pull out of the recession, “We want to start making Science cool.
By guest authors Irina Patterson and Candice Arnold Troy: SurePayroll eliminated the cost of all those pieces: the paper checks and reports, the delivery (#1M1M #entrepreneurs Business Incubator Series: Troy Henikoff, Excelerate Labs – Chicago, Illinois...
Last week we looked a bit at how Apple products are penetrating the enterprise. The iPhone and iPad continue to be popular as employees bring their own devices to work. But what about Apple about desktops?
Facebook has scored a new talent win today—Univision’s Ted Zagat. Yes, of Zagat Survey fame. Ted is the son of Tim and Nina Zagat, the founders of the local entertainment and restaurant guide mini-empire.
Evolv On-Demand, a startup that develops science-based, on-demand talent matching and intelligence software, has raised $15 million in Series C funding, led by GGV Capital with Khosla Ventures and Lightspeed Venture Partners participating in the round.
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