Media and tech companies had a good showing on Glassdoor’s “Best Places to Work” list. Most employees cite perks like free food, yoga and pinball machines as reasons to stick around.
Despite being valued at $40 billion, Uber has been plagued with legal challenges all year.
Since the Affordable Care Act went into effect, the health care system in the U.S. has been undergoing revolutionary change.
A new design by nuclear science startups could prevent disasters like the one in Fukushima, Japan.
The practice of building only one part of a website and outsourcing the rest is becoming more common: “[Before], if you pieced together a new service with various APIs, you called it a mashup. Today, this is simply what you do when creating an online startup.”
Rather than relying on a computer algorithm, the startup has employed 15 curators to program its TV-like channels. The company expects live streaming will prompt user engagement.
On-demand companies like HotelTonight and GetYourGuide are attracting investors in travel startups.
In keeping with the “Best Startups of 2013” and “Startups to Watch in 2014” lists, social media monitoring firm Synthesio has set out to track the year’s hottest startups and see if they live up to the hype.
Deep Linking technology brings the online advertising paradigm to mobile.
Crowdfunding sites offer a variety of services tailored to a startup’s particular needs and objectives.