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According to analysts, RetailMeNot will increase holiday income more than 35 percent, putting it ahead of Amazon this season.
Austin Startup, Favor, left California for Texas and found opportunity for their business model.
425 hackers have filled the University of Texas at Austin's Student Activity Center to code, hack and design their way into a new day, competing for over $10,000 in prizes.
To better understand the value of meetup.com, Dave Stanwick set about the challenge of completing 16 hours of continuous meetups. In that time he met 79 people, walked 9 miles and biked 36.
With Bitcoin as a technology it feels like we are reliving the early days of the internet. Seven startups in and he is only getting started.
Take a look at the presenters at this months TechBreakfast.
Cam Houser, CEO of 3 Day Startup, refuses to accept failure at face value. In fact, learning through failure and experience is a philosophy...
The 2013 HackTX hackathon yielded noteworthy ideas, prototypes, and business plans. Finalists presented today in front of a room of their peers and judges, Brett Hurt, Josh Baer, and Bob Metcalfe.
A guest post from accomplished entrepreneur Gary Hoover identifying the problems and potential solutions to Austin's Traffic woes.
By directly addressing customer needs and delivering products at low shipping costs, LivingDirect.com has not only changed the online appliance retailer’s profits, it has changed its founder.