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Modern Meadow; February 3, 2015; 3D Printing Meat on the Way – and It Will Be Disruptive, says American Specialists 

Runa; February 3, 2015; Transitional Times at Runa

SOLS; February 3, 2015; 3D Printed Insoles Company, SOLS, Announces Trailblazing Partnership with WebPT

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CommonBond; January 29, 2015;  Should I Use My Bonus to Pay Off My Student Loans?

Runa; January 28, 2015; MetaBrand Capital Raising $25 million for “Fund B”

SeamlessDocs; January 28, 2015; British Prime Minister David Cameron Talks Cyber Security at SeamlessDocs Incubator 1776 in Washington D.C.

Hinge; January 27, 2015; Dating App Sees Record Numbers During Snowstorm

GoTenna; January […]

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Zady, January 8, 2015, Retail Watch: How Zady and Bezar Aim to Slow Down Fast Fashion

Poshly, January 8, 2015, Want to wow potential investors? Here are 3 tips that could rev up your pitch

Social Bicycles, January 8, 2015, Health & Fitness 2015: The great bike/car/streetcar challenge

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Flatiron School, Dec 23, 2014, Flatiron School gives itself an A

BusBud, Dec 17, 2014, Bus Travel Booking Aggregator Busbud Partners with Greyhound 

Floored, Dec 12, 2014, How Gaming Created A Market For Virtual Real Estate

Dashlane, Dec 10, 2014, Emmanuel Schalit’s Software Startup To Launch Automatic Password Changer

Plated, Dec 8, 2014, Plated Sets Category-First Food Standards

Harry’s, Nov […]

By |December 24th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Flatiron School Launches ‘Coding Conservatory’ For High Schoolers

Calling all teens who aren’t already tech geniuses: the Flatiron School today announced it’s launching a coding conservatory for high school students. Sounds #fancy. Called Flatiron After School, the new program will teach students 14 to 18 years old about modern programming languages like JavaScript, HTML5, CSS3, Ruby and Ruby on Rails, a press release stated. It’ll encompass 48 hours of lessons […]

By |November 21st, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Here’s How To Make Sleazy Tech Guys Respect You More

There are a lot of gross stories about tech men (and women) in positions of power — like investors — acting inappropriately… Kathryn Minshew, cofounder of The Muse, described a situation where an investor leaned in so close, she had to put her arm up to block his advances. Read more >

By |November 21st, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Movable Ink Joins Epsilon’s Agile Email Movement

ovable Ink’s agileEMAIL platform increases customer engagement and ROI by serving personalized content to recipients in real time. The system allows marketers to alter the content of emails even after they’ve been delivered. Read more >

By |November 21st, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Poptip agrees to acquisition

Data analytics giant Palantir Technologies has acquired Poptip, the New York startup that helps corporate clients analyze online conversations and conduct social media surveys, according to the Poptip blog. “Our work at Poptip was our first foray in real time data analysis,” wrote Kelsey Falter, who left her college career at Notre Dame to launch the company in 2012. “But […]

By |November 21st, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Meal-Delivery Startups Look for Winning Recipe

At the Bronx fulfillment center for meal delivery startup Plated, hourly workers in lab coats and hair nets pluck those items, plus basil, oil and other ingredients, from white plastic shelves. The ingredients then are packed, with a recipe, into brown cardboard boxes emblazoned with the tagline “Redefining weeknight dinner.” Read more >

By |November 21st, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Big Apple leads technology-sector investment to boost jobs

The Flatiron School, a private vocational college that runs intensive courses in computer programing, is a new educational institution the city has partnered with to boost its Tech Talent Pipeline program, an initiative the city intends will connect New Yorkers with training – and eventually employment – as its local tech industry booms. Read more >

By |November 21st, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments