Fourth-quarter acquisitions and a smattering of IPOs throughout 2009 reflect rising confidence that bodes well for 2010, according to Dow Jones VentureSource.
New data suggests that venture-backed start-ups have good prospects to being acquired or filing for an IPO at high valuations in 2010.
As the public markets close to startup exits, we may be facing a crisis in the US technology economy.
In a sign of the market malaise, not a single U.S. venture-backed company launched an IPO in the second quarter, according to a recently released venture capital report.
Many of the top tech titans have faced roadblocks in China, but the CEO of the home-rental marketplace says he believes his company can be different.
Flush with cash, the ride-hailing company purchases a nearly 400,000-square-foot building in Oakland, California, across the bay from its San Francisco headquarters.
The service pairing drivers with passengers heading in the same direction will debut in China before expanding to other markets around the world.
The ride-hailing service acquires deCarta to amp up its carpooling feature and the way it figures out passengers' ETAs.
The hot social-networking startup is offering customers in the US the opportunity to re-watch photos and videos they've already seen, part of the latest effort to expand its business.
CEO Travis Kalanick announces he's turning up the dial in the ride-hailing service's fastest-growing market.