[Updated 7/25/19, 9:05 pm. Added comments from Carbonite executives.] Carbonite’s Mohamad Ali is stepping down as CEO and board member of the Boston-based data protection company to lead International... Read more »
Flare Capital Partners, a Boston-based venture capital firm investing in healthcare technology, has raised $255 million for its second fund.
Co-founder and general partner Michael Greeley says his focus had... Read more »
[Updated 7/22/19, 1:15 pm: Added IPO timing and updated headline.] Enterprise software business Dynatrace plans to take in $427.2 million from its initial public offering, the Waltham, MA-based company says... Read more »
The week in Boston tech news hit on all the highlights: health technology, 3D printing, crypto, blockchain, CEO moves, fintech, and plenty of venture cash. Read on for the details:
—Healthcare... Read more »
Two recently combined consumer cybersecurity companies are heading off under a new branding to make a run at providing some online peace of mind for regular folks, and they’re doing it... Read more »
No traditional credit history? No problem. At least that’s how Lendbuzz, a startup that uses artificial intelligence to underwrite auto loans, sees it. The Boston-based software company announced Monday it has... Read more »
Billions with a “b” is the word of the week in Boston tech news, with Cisco paying a couple billion dollars for a Massachusetts tech firm and PE firm Great Hill... Read more »
Cisco is buying Maynard, MA-based Acacia Communications (NASDAQ: ACIA) for $2.6 billion in a deal to boost the networking giant’s stock of optical technologies, the companies announced Tuesday.
The deal... Read more »
From a host of angles, the business opportunity looked to be a hard one to pass up. The technology business up for sale was: one, self-funded and not saddled by mountains... Read more »
Dynatrace, a 14-year-old enterprise software intelligence company, has filed papers to raise $300 million from an initial public stock offering aimed at restocking its war chest and shrinking its sizable debt.... Read more »
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An acquisition, accelerator awards, access to venture capital, and arguments over e-commerce sales to migrant detention centers. All that and more in this week’s Boston tech news. Read on for... Read more »
Nuclear energy startup Commonwealth Fusion Systems closed a $115 million Series A funding round to beef up work on the demonstration fusion reactor power plant it hopes could one day be... Read more »
Wayfair employees in Boston walked off the job Wednesday afternoon to take a stand against furniture sales the company made to two US government detention centers in Texas that are holding... Read more »
[Updated 8:50 am, 6/21/19. See below.] Two weeks-worth of Boston tech news coming your way that covers new cash, executive moves, wary public sentiment on facial recognition, a mega-merger, and more.... Read more »
Life has been changing at Veracode so rapidly in the past two years that you could easily forgive someone for not remembering who owned the company on any given day.
Focused... Read more »
Insurance tech startup Hi Marley has landed $8.7 million from True Ventures and Underscore VC to extend its conversational AI tools to help people buy and manage their policies.
The Boston... Read more »
[Updated 12:01 pm, 6/11/18. See below.] The retreat underway in cybersecurity from the ramparts of the outward-facing firewall has spurred a crop of tech startups promising answer for... Read more »
[Updated 6/7/19, 9:50 am. See below.] Quite a range of topics in this week’s batch of Boston technology news: robot furniture, male fertility, airport car rental spats, as well... Read more »
A wave of funding crashed on Boston startups this week, as well as a major acquisition of a cybersecurity and threat intelligence company. Read on for more of this week’s Boston-area... Read more »