Jon Zanoff is ready for a new nickname.
Dubbed “The Mayor of Fintech,” Zanoff, the newly appointed managing director of the Barclays Techstars accelerator in New York, has certainly been entrenched... Read more »
What has already been a week of significant change at Zenefits, the embattled San Francisco-based startup that provides health insurance and other human resources services to businesses, continued Thursday with news... Read more »
WorkFusion, a New York-based artificial intelligence startup focused on improving companies’ back-end operations through machine learning, recently wrapped up a $35 million funding round, the company announced last week.
Led by... Read more »
Microwaves belong in kitchens, right?
Not according to Russ Hamm, president and founder of New York-based Rainbow Broadband.
Since 2004, Hamm and his firm have been installing microwave antennas on rooftops across... Read more »
Siemplify, a cyber-threat management and analysis firm with outposts in both Tel Aviv, Israel, and New York City, announced a $10 million round of Series A financing Tuesday, continuing what has... Read more »
Deep learning just may be the buzziest, most misunderstood term in the tech world. And October was a banner month for the enigmatic subject.
The term “deep learning” is,... Read more »
LogRhythm, a Boulder, CO-based cybersecurity firm, wrapped up a $50 million round of financing Tuesday, Aug. 30, inching the tech company closer to a highly anticipated IPO.
The latest round brings the... Read more »
Psychology students at Colorado State University will be getting a technological boost next semester, thanks to a new partnership between the Fort Collins, CO-based school and Boston-based technology startup Cognii.
Founded... Read more »
As far as JB Holston is concerned, there are only two types of businesses: those that know they’ve been hacked, and those that are oblivious.
“Those are the only two states... Read more »
Denver was named one of seven finalists in the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Smart City Challenge last week, inching the city closer toward receiving up to $50 million in tech-centric transportation... Read more »
Striding into the new Gusto office in the heart of Denver’s frantic LoDo neighborhood feels a bit like stepping into a daycare center.
But not in the snotty-nosed-kid way. More like... Read more »
MapQuest is still a thing? MapQuest is still a thing.
The company that first introduced the world to turn-by-turn directions in the late ‘90s and early aughts is still around and... Read more »
Water on Mars or not, it’s generally not advisable to jump ship after interplanetary takeoff. Just ask Edward Kim, Stuart Wall, and Lawrence Hester.
Though no member of that trio is... Read more »