Robinhood Stock Trading App Now Valued at $1.3 billion
Robinhood, the no fee stock trading app for Android and iPhone, recently completed a round of fundraising that will enable it to compete with brokerage firms that charge up to $10 per trade. According to TechCrunch.com, [..]
Focus on the Un-Scalable: 3 Lessons of Growth from AirBnB
150 million guests. 65,000 cities. 191 countries. 3 million listings (of which 1,400 are castles!).
When we talk about growth and scale, few companies rival AirBnB. In less than ten years, AirBnB has achieved all of the [..]
Instagram Again Mimics ANOTHER Snapchat Feature By Adding Geostickers to Stories
Instagram has taken users’ experience a notch higher by implementing updates to its stories feature. It has recently embraced the use of geostickers which is a Snapchat invention. The company has shed more light on the [..]
10 Tech Startups to Watch in 2017
With 2017 already showing promise for tech with new Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality (AR/VR) advances, driverless cars, and screen technology that could be a game changer for mobile devices, we’ve rounded up some of the [..]
Snapchap Reportedly Plans to List on NYSE
Snap Inc, has announced plans to list its highly anticipated IPO on the New York Stock Exchange. Technically, Snap Inc already filed for IPO secretly in Nov 2015 with NYSE but this will be the first time the public will vies [..]
How Startups Can Address the Gender Wage Gap
Startups are often trendsetters in their industries. They can be innovative, revolutionary, push boundaries, and break with tradition. Unfortunately, there’s still one major trend that startups haven’t been able to [..]
Airbus Announces Flying Car Prototype By End of 2017
Road congestion is set to become a thing of the past if recent pronouncements by Airbus Group are anything to go by.
According to Reuters, Airbus Group CEO Tom Enders has announced that the company intends to have a [..]
Apple Cuts Tim Cook’s Pay By 15% for Missing Sales Goals. Here’s How Much He Makes Now
Apple has cut its CEO, Tim Cook’s salary by 15 percent following a decline in its annual sales. The iPhone maker penalized Tim Cook for the company missing its target which led to its first revenue slump in 15 years.