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This startup is letting anyone start their own ISP business so they can provide a better alternative to Comcast or AT&T
With Necto, anyone can apply to be an ISP and run it all on their own.
Microsoft just bought a startup it invested in — and it built its business on a key Google technology
Microsoft has purchased Bonsai, an AI startup building on top of Google's TensorFlow technology.
The youngest self-made billionaire on Earth says his success is less about his own brilliance and more about his employees — and luck
John Collison, a 27-year-old originally from Ireland, is the world's youngest self-made billionaire, worth an estimated $1 billion. He and his brother, Patrick, are the cofounders of Stripe, a $9.2 billion payments company they run out of San Francisco.
Investors said Domo was worth $2.28 billion — but when it has its IPO, it could be worth just $511 million
Domo updated its IPO filings to say that its $2.28 valuation could be worth as little as $511 million when it goes public. Plus, Domo is cutting off its business relationships with companies co-owned by CEO Josh James.
Domo, a $2 billion Utah startup, filed for an IPO — and warned it will need to ‘significantly reduce operating expenses’ if it doesn...
Domo, the $2.28 billion data analytics startup has filed for IPO — but it's posted millions of dollars in losses, and is in immediate need of more cash to continue operating as it has.
$3 billion DocuSign prices its upcoming IPO at $29 per share — above the range it originally gave Wall Street
The 15-year-old electronic signature company DocuSign is expected to list on Friday, as IPO-mania continues to rumble through enterprise tech.
Microsoft Ventures gives itself a new name as it reintroduces itself to enterprise startups — here’s how it landed on ‘M12’
Microsoft Ventures is now M12. The head of the program, Nagraj Kashyap, explains why, and what the future holds.
How this CEO went from laying off her staff to recovering and raising $2.5 million for her ‘weird’ company
Allie Janoch says her startup Mapistry is 'weird' — it works in an industry nobody understands, and at one point, she had to lay off her staff. Here's how she recovered and convinced investors to give her $2.5 million.
The Seattle-based software company Smartsheet hopes to raise $150 million in its IPO, expected to happen Friday.
Smartsheet joins the parade of private enterprise tech companies moving to the public markets in 2018.