The women sued Salesforce on Tuesday, claiming billionaire Marc Benioff’s company knowingly provided customized database tools to Backpage to market and remarket prostitutes to “pimps, johns and traffickers.”
More than 20 years after founding his tech consulting and development firm Studio Science, Kristian Andersen has sold the company to a group of investors led by CEO Steve Pruden.
Indianapolis-based Powderkeg Ventures LLC on Tuesday announced it would start surveying companies statewide about their workplace culture.
A year after the release of the fifth and final phase of its NextGen platform, Carmel-based financial software firm Baker Hill is experiencing significant growth, which CEO John M. Deignan says should continue for several years.
The social media giant said it has found that 40 percent of Americans live in places where there weren't enough local news stories to support its new service.
The outage is yet another publicity problem for a company already dealing with privacy issues and regulatory probes.
“We clearly don’t have all the answers, but sometimes we posture as though we do,” Yoder tells IBJ. “And when we do that, we really can decrease the amount of communication on the team.”
The customer-service software firm plans to use the investment to add products and sales staff.
The council’s Metropolitan and Economic Development Committee voted unanimously to approve the creation of the two new tax-increment financing districts.
The communications-workflow software is super-charging its growth with what many believe is a record haul of venture capital, in the form of a $25 million Series A round of funding.
A brewing backlash against the rich commissions Apple earns from all purchases and subscriptions made via iPhone apps could undercut the app store, which generates about a third of the company's services revenue.
The scaling back of the cloud software maker’s growth expectations stoked concern that the pace of its torrid expansion has stalled as it matures into a larger company.
Carrie Griffith thought there would be a demand for her photo editing and cataloging app, Little Nugget, which she developed during her first child’s nap time. But even she has been surprised at how quickly her new business has grown. Now she’s looking for funding to speed up growth even more.
Codelicious currently has 14 schools as customers, but founder Christine McDonnell is confident that will grow dramatically as the trend toward requiring computer science education expands.
A partnership with Japanese personal-computer maker Lenovo—to be rolled out Feb. 25—and $34.8 million secured in October has the software firm poised for explosive growth.