Startups

"I don’t need a pair of Nikes. I need a 401(k)" -- and other lessons from the death of a venture-backed, Facebook-dependent, millennial-focused news site.
The AfroTech Conference 2018 took place in San Francisco, where techies, founders, engineers, and entrepreneurs gathered to exchange ideas and network. AfroTech was sponsored in part by Oath, HuffPost’s parent company.
The tech-inclined rapper talks to HuffPost about returning to his entrepreneurial roots.
Theranos also announced Friday Holmes is no longer CEO of the company.
"We’re giving people the tools to represent themselves."
Bobby Moynihan introduces you to the next big thing: Bowls.
A new start-up promising convenience has raised controversy by proposing automated pantry boxes that would threaten small businesses.
A new start-up promising convenience has raised controversy by proposing automated pantry boxes that would threaten small businesses.
You – yes, YOU! – have the chance to invest in a company that claims it might be the next great ride-sharing service.
The startup Square Roots is training the next generation of urban farmers in a Bed-Stuy parking lot.