LinkedIn will be reporting its second-quarter earnings after the bell today. But can it hold its own against major beats from Facebook and Twitter?
Ahead of the third-quarter report, shares for the Austin, Texas-based company had been hovering around their lowest level in two years.
The New York City-based startup charges users a fee ranging from $10 to $50 to book tables at the Big Apple’s hottest restaurants.
Though July marked the fourth consecutive month of strong job gains, small businesses posted just 84,000 jobs last month, after adding 117,000 in June.
Internet-of-Things startup Automatic says its device can help drivers save up as much as a third of their annual gas budget.
The New York City-based startup makes affordable jewelry sold online and in Nordstrom and Anthropologie stores.
Facebook is reportedly forcing users to download its standalone Messenger app to take advantage of mobile messaging.
The e-commerce giant is looking to cash-in on the burgeoning 3-D printing industry. Will the move foreshadow more growth for the segment?
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David Rice, the founder of New Home Star, says in order to succeed, homebuilders need to think about attracting the next generation of buyers: Millennials.
Sporting Ranch Capital, a two-year-old private equity firm based in Dallas, is putting its first multi-million-dollar ranches on the market.