As Angie’s List approaches its second anniversary as a public company, investors remain as split as ever on whether the consumer-review company is wildly overvalued or a revolutionary Internet business still in its infancy.
With ChoreMonster, kids earn points by completing household tasks set by parents. Reaching point goals earn rewards.
Two consumer websites address product reviews in a helpful, fanatical way.
Honored work included Cory Schouten's investigation of problems at the Indy Land Bank, Anthony Schoettle's scoop on the ouster of IndyCar CEO Randy Bernard and Greg Andrews' Behind the News columns.
WRTV-TV Channel 6 is making big changes, many tailored to capturing viewers through digital outlets, in an effort to stage a comeback after a two-decade slide.
The Conversation Project sparks discussion of end-of-life issues.
The growing preference for online-based advertising, exemplified by Y&L’s new campaign for the national lawn-care service, is helping sow the seeds of traditional media’s decline.
Instinct aims to make playing music as natural as singing it, because “playing music is one of the most natural things a human can do.”
If your privacy settings aren’t carefully controlled, you’re not only potentially exposing yourself, but also your friends.
Shares of Angie's List shot up 26 percent, or $3.65 a share, in trading late Thursday morning as its latest quarterly report showed vastly improved results and indicated the firm might have turned the corner.
Service offers call summaries, easy speaker identification and even fun hold music.
Yes, the virtual world can inspire kids to get their hands dirty with actual physical projects
Catalog Choice claims to have saved 800,000 trees.