Pennsylvania State University president Eric J. Barron sees Generation Z startups partnering with public institutions to fuel the next wave of innovation.
Customers using the dockless scooters are "imperiling pedestrians and themselves," the notice warned.
Bodega, a startup that wants to put mom-and-pop corner stores out of business, is facing backlash and possible legal issues.
Before millennial women started launching organic tampon companies, Kenneth Alvandi founded Maxim to offer women 100 percent organic tampons, pads and liners.
The author has joined the investment firm Revolution's Rise of the Rest initiative to fund entrepreneurs in neglected areas.
The rise of a global Muslim middle class means the market for lifestyle apps is growing.
A digital revolution is taking place in Kenya that has had ripples around Africa and the world.
The continent's startup scene is transforming economies—and Nigeria is leading the way.
An R3 researcher explains that with some start-ups, they fake it till they make it.
We talked to the guys who spoofed Silicon Valley with a satirical dog poop app.
Military spending was critical to creating Silicon Valley, which is becoming a fact forgotten to history.
Investments represented a 55 percent increase on the $1.1 billion injected into new firms at the start of the year.
The deadline to enter the first ever office dog competition for startups is June 30.
Using motorcycle riders to collect cash payments is one big difference with Pakistani startups.
The French are shaking off a reputation for stuffy socialism and are promoting tech startups.
By chasing unicorns, venture capital might as well be chasing the dragon.
The best ideas in tech these days are the ones everyone agrees are stupid...until they're not.
Silicon Valley is killing entrepreneurship. Weird, right?
Leading western venture capitalists, including Richard Branson, are investing heavily in Estonian startups.
Incubator and seed fund 1776 runs competition for "promising startups focused on solving the world's most fundamental challenges."
At this point, the technology industry might be better off without any patents.