Turns out RadiumOne's fired CEO isn't the only employee with a spotty record, according to the US Secret Service.
The online radio company warns investors to expect losses in the short term as the rapid growth of its early days starts to slow.
Where there is a need, sooner or later the gap will be filled. In this case, the gap is Internet-connected devices and the filling is $5.4 million.
Startup Twin Creek's equipment creates super-thin silicon solar cells to dramatically cut the cost of solar panel production.
SeaMicro server uses Atom processors--a processor most commonly used in Netbooks--to save space, energy.
Greylock Partners leads the round, which totals $35 million according to one report. The funding news follows word of favorable new royalty rates.
Mobile advertising company AdMob and e-commerce company Like.com each snag third-round funding, despite serving sectors that face a mounting challenge in this economy.
Some worry broad economic woes may finally show up on the balance sheet of big tech firms. Meanwhile, Silicon Valley veterans say a lengthy downturn could have broad, but not catastrophic impact on the start-up economy.
Luxim creates light with a crystal cavity and radio waves. That's worth a few mil.
First Solar is growing like crazy and doesn't have a lot of direct competitors. What gives?