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Amid reports of an angel funding boom that threatens to become a Series A crunch, a new report shows early stage investing in 2012 was relatively calm, according to the Silicon Valley Business Journal.
Nearly 150 Baltimore-area technology business starters and business builders gathered in downtown Baltimore at the Legg Mason Tower to share ideas and connect with one another, a testament to the dynamic and tech entrepreneurial community in the greater Baltimore region.
Two Baltimore companies took top honors in the state’s first InvestMaryland Challenge.
The state of Virginia plans to launch a new cyber-security accelerator at Herndon's Center for Innovative Technology (CIT).
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley on Monday night will announce the three $100,000 winners of the state's inaugural InvestMaryland Challenge, a national seed- and early-stage business competition.
New Enterprise Associates is betting on an accelerator concept to solve the de-risking riddle inherent to orphan drugs — that is, those targeting rare diseases — and identifying promising orphan drug candidates and bringing them to market.
Founding a startup means going all in no matter what. At least, that’s what Danny Boice, CTO of Speek, discovered when he pulled a pitch-winning stunt at SXSW.
The Maryland Technology Development Corp. has named a Stifel Nicolaus Weisel executive to manage the organization’s four venture capital funds, the Baltimore Business Journal reports.
New Enterprise Associates (NEA), the Chevy Chase-based venture capital firm, said on Wednesday it has taken part in a new $18.7 million round of funding for Denver-based WellTok, developer of the CafeWell social health network.
Following a feasibility study last year highlighting the gaps in broadband availability on Native American tribal lands, the Herndon-based Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) said it has launched a project aimed at helping Virginia tribes improve broadband coverage.