The Dow is in midst of its most volatile week in history, as concerns over China continue to shake investor sentiment. With two averages in correction territory, some wonder if companies will wait to go public.
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Siri, the virtual assistant introduced on iPhones is a voice-activated search engine. She’s also known for her snark. Alexa, the name given to Amazon’s new Echo device has been nicknamed “Siri in a box” for their similarities.
PayPal went public on the Nasdaq on Monday, after completing its split from eBay. Acquired by eBay for $1.5 billion in 2002, PayPal has grown to a company with a market cap of $49 billion, now larger than eBay’s $34 billion value.
With over 400 startups, Raleigh, N.C. is positioning itself to become a entrepreneurial center of the south. Mayor Nancy McFarlane and others weigh in.
Corporations are increasingly backing startups, setting a record for venture capital with $5.4 billion invested in 775 deals in 2014, the most since 2000, according to newly released data from the National Venture Capital Association.
Gett CEO Shahar Waiser talks to FOXBusiness.com about how they became Uber's biggest global competitor and their outlook for expansion plans in the U.S.
The Apple Watch is no longer scheduled to be in Apple stores on Friday, but one shop in the U.S. will be the exception.
Beneath the shadow of Orlando’s tourism, there’s another sector that is fueling the region’s economic growth. Technology has become Orlando’s second largest industry and is catching the eye of major corporations including, Apple, Lockheed Martin and Siemens.
Partly driven by the success of the GrubHub IPO, over $500 million was invested in food delivery startups last year, according to Pitchbook data.
Startup founders know Techstars as a prestigious accelerator program, an early stage mentorship opportunity, which helps startups kick ideas into action. In a video with FOXBusiness.com, CEO David Cohen explains what it takes to be admitted into the program.