Amy Cortese's ContributionsInvestment-Style Crowdfunding Inches Closer to Reality
10/29/2013 Eighteen months after the JOBS Act was signed into law, the idea of crowdfunding—where small companies can raise money from the general public over the Internet— is inching closer to reality.
Investing for Impact in Ontario
09/24/2013 A look at the new venture in Canada linking socially-minded investors and social enterprises in need of capital.
In "Silicon Valley of the North," It Takes an Ecosystem
09/23/2013 A look at what's behind the thriving tech innovation in one Canadian city.
How The Internet Is Preserving Korea's Cultural Heritage
05/21/2013 A look at online services that are uncovering local culture for tourists and giving historic dwellings new life.
Network Trailblazer: A Conversation With Chris Anderson, Co-Founder & CEO of 3D Robotics and Former Wired Magazine Editor
05/13/2013 Amy Cortese talks to Chris Anderson about how the maker movement and digital manufacturing are ushering in a new industrial revolution.
Turning to the Cloud In a Disaster
11/19/2012 A look at how Hurricane Sandy put a spotlight on disaster preparedness, and is accelerating the move to the cloud for some businesses.
How the Crowdfunding Industry is Scrambling to Make Your Donation Pay Off
07/29/2012 The hoopla over crowdfunding ramps up to a whole new level, as the trend turns donors into investors.
Technology for Mom & Pop Businesses
03/20/2012 The latest technology—driven by location-aware mobile devices, cloud computing and low cost apps—is helping drive sales back to bricks and mortar merchants.
Crowdfunding: Finance in the Facebook Era
11/01/2011 How businesses can raise small sums of money from many individuals, often more quickly and on better terms than with conventional funding sources.