UK Trade and Investment's Paul Morris says corporate venture arms can offer startups more than just funding, such as access to R&D and global reach.
Rakuten Ventures' Saemin Ahn says the tech-centered investment fund focuses on areas such as artificial intelligence and advertising technology.
Stripe Co-founder John Collison explains how the firm supports online businesses and why it made sense to launch in the Southeast Asian city-state.
The CEO of eero, a rapidly growing hardware business, says you have to stay curious.
Kate Rogers profiles Ori, a robotics furniture start-up born out of MIT, hoping to change the way apartment dwellers live.
Teamie's Shivanu Shukla explains that the private learning platform helps to encourage interaction between students which boosts student engagement.
Perfect Day is pioneering "synthetic milk," a dairy-free alternative to the breakfast mainstay that claims to taste just like the original.
Have a 2 a.m. hankering for ice cream? If you live in one of the cities served by fast-growing delivery start-up goPuff, you may be in luck.
The start-up scene is booming in France, a deputy minister said, as the country pushes to attract more entrepreneurs from across Europe.
Jeff Lin, FanChest co-founder, discusses how his company looks to enhance the game experience for fans with sports-themed gift boxes.
REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Sept 15- Carbon, a Silicon Valley startup that is developing 3 D printers to produce medical devices and car parts on demand, said on Thursday it had closed on $81 million in funding that brought the total it has raised to $222 million. Founded in 2013, Carbon said the funding round was led by automaker BMW Group, industrial conglomerate General...
Naval Ravikant, AngelList Founder & CEO, discusses the flood of money from Chinese investors ready to flow into American tech start-ups.
Ripple, a start-up that uses blockchain technology to settle financial transactions between banks, has raised $55 million.
London has been named as the most expensive city in the world for technology start-ups to open offices, trumping New York and San Francisco.
Sept 14- A small number of U.S.-based startups are harvesting data about the hundreds of millions people who illegally stream movies, TV shows and music in a bid to create a new advertising market. The biggest of these startups, Tru Optik, signed a deal earlier this year to share its data with New York media agency Mindshare, a division of GroupM, which is owned by WPP,...
From Google to Morgan Stanley, more companies are allowing employees to use the home-sharing platform for business trips.
G. Scott Paterson, FutureVault CEO, talks about the official launch of his cloud storage company which stores and organizes crucial documents from report cards to bank statements.
David Klein, CEO at CommonBond, talks about how his start-up attempts to help lessen the burden of student debt through data and technology.
Southeast Asia attracts just 25% of the VC funding India gets, even though the market has great untapped potential, says Jungle Ventures' David Gowdey.
Erik Rasmussen's start-up Interfone ensures that you'll never have to. Its SIM sticker technology allows international data roaming for travelers.