New York’s startup scene has been pegged as the next big thing for quite a while now. So why hasn’t it lived up to the billing as the “next Silicon Valley”? Or is it that our expectation to find another Bay Area boom out east are unreasonable and should be adapted on a place-by-place basis? In observing NYC and its array of diverse and new ideas up front, we at Gotham.tech found a better answer to those questions and more.…
It is hard to compete with the warm and fuzzy feeling of finding the perfect new toy for your dog, and watching him lovingly carry it with him from room to room, until it is eventually eviscerated.
Basic dental care does not come cheap or easy to arrange, especially when you live in New York.
Global digital product development company intive announced today its entrance into the US market. With 17 established offices in Europe and Argentina, intive is now hiring a 50-person development team for their new locations in Santa Clara, California and New York City.
MoneyLion, the all-in-one financial management app for the middle class, has just raised $42 million in a Series B funding round. With the latest funding, the New York based company has now raised a total of $67 million since it was founded back in 2013.
Some 50,000 people with autism enter adulthood each year in the United States. They have a developmental brain disorder that affects social and communication skills, and they often struggle to understand other people’s thoughts and motivations.