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Marketplace Tech Blogs

There's tons of money in venture capital, as long as you're a big company

by Molly Wood Jan 23, 2019
Do early-stage startups still have a chance at funding?
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My Economy

The jean jacket startup aimed at Latina millennials

by Sean McHenry Jul 25, 2018
Patty Delgado started with $500, working from her parents' couch.
Patty Delgado, founder of Hija de tu Madre, poses next to her signature denim jackets in her Los Angeles showroom.
Courtesy of Patty Delgado

Startup called Bodega hits a nerve with actual bodega customers

by Jana Kasperkevic Sep 13, 2017
Can a vending machine replace the friendly corner store?
Jesus Martinez works at his bodega grocery store.
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What's growing in the Silicon Desert

by Ben Johnson and Clare Toeniskoetter Jun 12, 2017
The startup scene is blossoming in Phoenix
Downtown Phoenix
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The Next Big Tech Hub

Food startup Tovala finds a home in Chicago

by Ben Johnson and Jana Kasperkevic May 17, 2017
The Windy City is becoming one of the top tech destinations in the U.S.
Working in Tovala's test kitchen, chef Alexander Plotkin plates one of the company's meals.
Jana Kasperkevic/Marketplace
Corner Office

Redfin CEO: To survive, keep thinking like a startup

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar May 11, 2017
Glenn Kelman says the most important qualification for his job is passion.
“We still have to be financially disciplined in a different way than Google or Facebook, because we still employ real people to help sell these houses,” says Glenn Kelman, Redfin CEO.
Photo courtesy of Redfin

Nashville accelerator home for music tech start-ups

by Marketplace Contributor Aug 1, 2016
Music tech start-ups welcomed to Nashville after little love elsewhere
Erik Mendelson pitches his music app company, RecordGram, to an auditorium of investors at the Country Music Hall of Fame in May. 
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Ask not what Marketplace can do for you, but what you can do for Marketplace.

A startup sparks conversations with Syrian refugees

by Reema Khrais May 25, 2016
NaTakallam pairs students studying Arabic with native speakers who need work.
From her Los Angeles home, Kelsey Norman Skypes a Syrian refugee about once a week to chat in Arabic.
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The Dispatch, Ep 9: Silicon Prairie

by Molly Wood Mar 31, 2016
Drones over North Dakota, plus some thoughts on Waze.
Open space and state funding are just a few of the reasons North Dakota is becoming a hotbed of development for the drone industry.
Photo via Good Free Photos

Come on Japan, get with the program

by Sally Herships Sep 21, 2015
Silicon Valley appreciates a good failure. The Japanese...not so much.