MIT senior Alex Grinman hopes his new app ‘Greenline’ will help Bostonians navigate the seemingly unreliable system.
Zach Robinson and Andy Hamilton are the masterminds behind Bullseye—a mobile startup designed to share stock market experiences.
Boston-based startup Inmoji is looking to change the way you use your smartphone for self-expression.
GladlyDo is a local startup that offers college students an opportunity to earn some extra money, while working to improve the community.
Holy Cross dropout Ben Kaplan is the brains behind WiGo—the social networking app that is spreading to campuses nationwide.
Four Stanford students walked into a store looking to buy some desserts—instead, they left with an idea that ignited a multi-million dollar business that is headed to Boston.
Last Thursday night in the Fulton Honors Library, three Boston College alumni shared their experiences with starting their own companies, the challenges of giving up a full-time corporate job, and their advice for students aspiring to start their own businesses.
At Whole Foods, serving as a grocery store is not enough—they want to be your delivery service, too.
The BCVC Elevator Pitch competition provides a smaller-scale opportunity for participants to present their business ideas, as opposed to the larger main competition that takes place in the spring semester.