The annual SXSW Interactive technology festival has become a breeding ground for promising startups destined to soar.
Not Impossible offers tech-based solutions for people around the world on the belief that getting many experts to work on finding a solution to a problem is more efficient.
Wix.com raised its first quarter and full year guidance for 2015 on the back of an increasing in revenue following its Super Bowl ad featuring Brett Favre.
AeroMobil's CEO Juraj Vaculik says the company hopes to start test flights of the flying car in the U.S. in the second half of 2015.
While Jack Gilinsky and Jack Johnson are household names for teens, those over 20 have probably never heard of them.
IDA Ireland CEO Martin Shanahan said the group, which heads the economic development of the country, convinces companies to consider making the island their European base.
SXSW may be best known for showing the latest innovations in technology, film and music, but for two French chefs it’s also a place to showcase their culinary skills.
RetailMeNot CEO Cotter Cunningham says the consumer shift away from desktop computers to smartphones is rapidly changing the way the world's leading coupon company does business.
One of the biggest risks with any online transaction, is the possibility that the person on the other end is not who they say they are.
At 84-years-old, Warren Buffett is one of the world's savviest investment minds and he attributes his youthful spirit to his diet, saying he eats 'like a six-year-old.'