Sixteen years after its reinvention as a streaming company, Netflix announced that it's shuttering its mail-order DVD business. Here's a look at how it got to where it is today.
A significant number of companies are following popular advice to try and break even, but the sad truth is that this is probably the worst possible advice for most startups right now.
Subscriptions are not dying; they are just evolving.
Experienced sailors know that if they turn the wheel too hard, they will soon need to compensate by turning it in the other direction, or they will capsize the boat.
The world needs a climate tech startup that’s like an early-days Uber, a company that won’t take no for an answer.
Frontegg, the popular user management service for developers who build B2B SaaS apps, today announced that it has raised a $40 million Series B round led by Stripes and Insight Partners. This new roun
Founded last year, Guava aims to reduce the racial wealth gap by providing financial services to Black small businesses.
For e-commerce brands, the wave of bad economic news is a shot across the bow heralding a major change in consumer spending. Bleak times are ahead, but there’s room for optimism.
Loot boxes, a way for players to receive random in-game rewards in exchange for real money, have been disparaged for a while now, and they’re now increasingly subject to government scrutiny.
It’s tempting to over-invest in best-in-class technologies to drive efficiencies and stand out, but that technological desire to keep up with the Joneses can come at a significant cost.
The OpenInfra Foundation, the open source foundation that used to be the OpenStack Foundation until it expanded its scope beyond its flagship project a few years ago, today announced an interes
For our latest survey, we polled 1,200 IT leaders, representing roughly $570 billion in annual IT spending.
Tech giants including Amazon, Google and Microsoft have pledged millions of dollars to bolster the security of open source software. The pledge was made during a meeting in Washington, DC last week, w
Software as a service has become the default for how organizations adopt and use apps these days, thanks to advances in cloud computing and networking, and the flexibility of pay-as-you-use models tha
Fundid has a three-pronged approach to simplifying access to capital for small businesses with fewer than 10 employees.
Its API technology can approve businesses for the BNPL in seconds so they can begin offering the installments.
With SaaS becoming the standard for most business software, the security demands on SaaS companies are constantly increasing. Add users who need their data sandboxed from others or kept in a specific
As businesses increasingly rely on an ever-growing number of SaaS products, it has become imperative for security teams to get a better understanding of which applications a company’s employees
Despite the rapid growth and countless benefits of SaaS, there are significant challenges associated with managing and protecting SaaS data.
Husband-and-wife co-founders Chris and Jenny Stanchak started Loveseat back in 2013 as a vintage furniture business that they pivoted into an auction marketplace.