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Omada Health, a San Francisco startup that makes digital health therapy programs for people with type 2 diabetes and other serious but potentially treatable issues, has raised $23 million in new funding.
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It's "Silicon Valley" meets "Shark Tank" and "Cash Cab." On Wednesday, folks with plans for The Next Big Thing have a shot at a one-on-one short pitch to venture capitalists from Google Ventures, Google's
Thanks to the spread of "lean" startup techniques, today's innovators are smarter than ever. But in the race to launch that first prototype, some of them might be moving too fast. Now that "lean" methodology
What makes a presentation good isn't the same as what makes a presentation great. Good presentations are uncommon, but great presentations are rare as basilisk teeth. That's because, when it comes to the
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Good news for San Franciscans: With the influx of startups right in the heart of the city, there will be shorter commutes and more opportunities
In his commencement speech at ESADE, the entrepreneur spoke with the class of 2014 about the future of entrepreneurship and the role new generations play in inciting change. President Bieto, Dean Sauquet,
Creating a forward-leaning work culture with modern productivity tools. Smartphones and tablets, along with apps connected to new cloud-computing platforms, are revolutionizing the workplace. We’re still
These investors are the most active financiers of early-stage startups. Now for the question that's probably on the mind of every young founder: Where can you get seed funding for your great startup idea?
Many tech companies still think women will buy any gadget as long as it's pink. Too many tech companies are missing out on the lucrative female market because they still think women will buy any gadget
Drifty, a participant in the TechStars Cloud 2013 incubator, and makers of a suite of tools for mobile developers building apps and websites, most notably, the Ionic framework, has closed on a million