Business technology startups are increasingly attracting venture capital.
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Digital Shoreditch has opened entries on a competition to provide one London-based tech startup with £1m in funding, with the aim of growing the winning company into a £100m business.
Head honcho of eBay's India outfit quits after two years at the helm, to pursue "entrepreneurial" ambitions and will be succeeded by a local Microsoft veteran.
The U.S. IT company sees value in the mobile document signing company.
Boston-based Wyless strikes a deal with Asia's leading ICT services provider in its home market.
In Solera, Blue Coat finds a big boost for its bid to secure the enterprise.
Many small businesses struggle to cope with internet security and are refusing to trade online as a result.
Does history repeat itself? Let's hope not.
Small- to medium-sized companies around London's Old Street roundabout in Shoreditch are failing to achieve their full potential as tech giants are snapping up the best talent, according to a recent report.
A debate was sparked at a Dell female entrepreneur's networking event, over whether help from their male counterparts was more accessible as women were "not so forthcoming" or because of an imbalance in available talent.
The range of economic measures include include tax breaks for angel investors and venture capitalists, policy tweaks to make it easier to disinvest and reinvest capital, and a new exchange providing more access to funding.
Amid a decline in its display ads revenue, Yahoo continues to spin its advertising platform. Thankfully, it's just acquired a untapped cash-cow in Tumblr.
Rimini Street also revealed it plans to announce a new managing director for Europe later this week.
Getting that all-important first round of funding isn't easy, but there are ways to make it easier, according to the Hollywood heavyweight and tech investor.
WordPress received a flurry of interest at the same time as news of its acquisition by Yahoo become public.
Marissa Mayer's motive? Doesn't matter. There's a moral to this story, and it's all about innovation.