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[updated] Nashville-based PARLER and peer platforms rev-up funding and stride line between discourse and mere cacophony.
Tennessee SaaS entrepreneur sets out on journey that could include IPO by global acquirer.
Opry Entertainment exec eyes YUDU, Shore Cap, Wellview, Martin Ventures, ProCredEx, NOFs and more.
Nashville+ Calgary startups partnered more than a year, chose to merge, now raising capital.
CEO says social-media spend for student assignments, tests, grades users prompts accelerating employer recruitment support.
Latest roundup of Tennessee startups, capital raises, economic development and more.
[updated] Veteran of the publishing world see wide application for his new platform and may trigger new breed IPO.
VTC Boomer aging, story-telling and training needs in industry verticals and rising use of social media, help make the case.
[updated] Two Vanderbilt alumni target celeb-streamers who seek shares in 200MM fan universe.
Nashville startup has scenario for Seed and for a series of letter-rounds.
Rapid, but selective hiring, while software development runs apace toward V2 debut.
$300K Seed raise could target Angels in Cincinnati, as well as Tennessee
Updates on Endorsee, Sagents, Tandum, EO Nashville, PBM365, Back Porch Group, Exile.
[Updated] President Aylward said he believes the market is now coming more in MedCenterDisplay's direction
Nonprofit seeks passionate leader for sponsored civic, professional programs
[EMIDS update Dec. 5, 2013] Maybe it's time to focus on something more than our reported shortage of coders
As entrepreneurial tide keeps rising, accelerators and Angels test their wings
With a capital raise on the horizon, early-stage company adds to advisor ranks
For all his talents, there's one thing social-marketer Delaney is not: A buzzkill.
Mobile and Social are popular criteria these days, and these seed-stage operations have lured investment.
[Updated] Martin Companies leads round, Boston-based CEO says startup is getting traction
Vanderbilt undergrad aims to conjur 'magical' customer experience from blend of behavioral science and design
Milestone events, capital raises, a whiskey resurrected, and local venture news recapped.
With relatively little fanfare, one TNInvestco fund is rebranding and entrepreneurial activity heats-up statewide.
Executive transitions, capital raises, alliances and innovations.
[Updated capraise] Nashville will be testbed for service matching users with opps to 'work, play, do good'
Will Sibble's new venture have the gas to go the distance, launching additional content and social services?
East TN developments... Entrepreneur Center rebrands Future 50, Nashville 'on the edge' and news roundup.
Digital-music entrepreneurs exit a crowded field; new owners plan a 'bigger umbrella'
[name change] Chattanooga entrepreneurs are looking to score in the social media, lifestyle space
McWhorter's team will field up to a dozen startups per year, once the season begins
Jacobs' latest, TripRaiser traction, Delegator does it all, Pfeffer's sage advice, touching base with Applied Health and more here.
Nashvillian lured by later-stage social-commerce company in the Austin tech hub
Word of CellJournalist's sale UPDATED. Bidders come sniffing, now that this startup's footprint reaches 40 states
Boston-based Blair Heavey says profits are likely in 2012; meanwhile, he's creating alliances and raising awareness
Operating under a brand name for a decade or more, this Nashville marketing and innovation guru seems to have earned his spurs
A TechCrunch editor says Tennessee entrepreneurs don't need Silicon Valley's 'approval' to launch important companies
The man who briefly shared the reins at United Press International presses ahead with confidence in a very crowded field.
This progressive digital-media community aims to do well, by doing good, it seems, and it has a couple thousand members to prove it.
The State and its public-private partners are launching a website to advance economic-development objectives
Fresh from its debut at South by Southwest, Moontoast aims to unite world's learners and problem-solvers
No cold feet at Emma, as company embraces higher-touch services and continues growing its workforce in Davidson County