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Thursday July 19, 2018

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Crain’s Takes a Look at the New TheStreet.com

Crain's Takes a Look at the New TheStreet.com

Financial and investment news site, TheStreet.com, has what others want: subscribers. The publication receives two thirds of its revenue from subscriptions and only one third from advertising. Over the past year, CEO Daryl Otte has downsized the presence of prominent figure and co-founder Jim [Full Story…]

Pontiflex Driving NextGen Web Ads

Pontiflex Driving NextGen Web Ads

New York based Pontiflex, an applied technology advertising startup, has seen some serious growth. The company, launched in 2007, now has 45 employees and expects to see $15 million in revenue this year by connecting consumers with brands they are interested in. The technology has consumers click [Full Story…]

SecondMarket Disrupts Trading Platform Status Quo

SecondMarket Disrupts Trading Platform Status Quo

The New York based trading platform SecondMarket has managed to become the world's largest centralized exchange for illiquid assets in only five years. At the beginning of this year the company had 6,500 customers. Fast forward 10 months and the company now has 23,000. The company was founded by [Full Story…]

Connecticut Tech Firms Growing

Connecticut Tech Firms Growing

A recent Connecticut Technology Council event served as a showcase for the diversity of the state’s tech community and also reminded people that even in the midst of an economic downturn, there are many key firms that are doing well, growing and hiring people throughout the state.  The Marcum Tech [Full Story…]

Tri State Venture Investments Up In 1st Quarter of 2010

Tri State Venture Investments Up In 1st Quarter of 2010

CB Insights, a private company research firm based in NYC, released this week new venture data for the first quarter of 2010. The data revealed that along with New York state, New Jersey and Connecticut were two of several states that had at least 10 venture deals during the quarter. New Jersey also [Full Story…]

Next New Networks Approaches Profitability

Next New Networks Approaches Profitability

NY-based online television studio Next New Networks may be approaching profitability with the claim that it has doubled revenue from 2008 to 2009 and increased sponsors by 70 percent.  The company also said today that it had over 300 million views in 2009. TechCrunch Previous: > [Full Story…]

IT Spending to Make a Comeback in 2010?

IT Spending to Make a Comeback in 2010?

According to tech analyst firm Forrester Research, the global technology industry will see an 8.1 percent increase in spending in 2010, as compared to a 8.9 percent decline in global spending in 2009. The firm believes that IT spending in the U.S. will have the strongest tech growth [Full Story…]