Inventors need workshops. Thomas Edison built his in Menlo Park, New Jersey, and it's there that he hit upon the incandescent light-bulb; Nikola Tesla's mythic New York lab contained only God-knows-what. (Teleporters, probably.) But when St. Louians Jim McKelvey and Jack Dorsey needed a prototype f ... More >>
There's more money pouring into to St. Louis' tech startup scene, and it's bringing workers from the U.S. and abroad to the city, says a new report. Financial investments into tech startups doubled in 2013 to more than $66 million from $30 million in 2012, and more local startups received funding t ... More >>
The St. Louis region is increasingly becoming a breeding ground for successful tech startup companies with major new investments and growth over the last year. So says a report from the St. Louis IT Entrepreneur Network, or ITEN, a nonprofit group that provides venture development services for start ... More >>
Arch Grants awarded its first $50,000 grants to a dozen startup companies today, providing what is hoped to be an initial foothold in the St. Louis region for young, forward-thinking entrepreneurs. Each of the recipients is expected to build their business right here in St. Louis in return for the g ... More >>
Wait! Don't go! Here's why...You've heard the stories. St. Louis is losing its most creative and entrepreneurial people to the likes of Chicago, New York and Austin. If only we were more like Silicon Valley -- the argument goes -- perhaps local boy Jack Dorsey would've founded Twitter in his home ... More >>
8 p.m. Monday, October 11. The Firebird, 2706 Olive Street.
The RCGA flushed away its credibility in the city earnings-tax debacle