MassChallenge Finalists NamedApplications came from all over the world for the latest MassChallenge business accelerator competition here in Boston.
Local Start-Up Lets Restaurants Grow Their Own Produce Year RoundPicture this: a restaurant in the middle of Downtown Boston growing all of its produce right on site. Oh, and it’s the dead of winter. That’s impossible, right?
Boston Start-Up Hopes Foldable Car Seat Can Revolutionize IndustryA Harvard Business School student's foldable car seat invention has helped him get into the final round of this year's MassChallenge.
Mass. Tornado Victim's Donor Database Making Big Impact On Disaster ReliefMonson tornado victim Caitria O'Neill's start-up website has been selected as a finalist in this year's MassChallenge.
BC Grads: Solving The World's Water Crisis With A Beetle?A couple of Boston College graduates and MassChallenge finalists are banking on a beetle to help solve the world’s clean water crisis.
No Sweat: MIT Start-Up Launches High Tech Business ShirtA local finalist in 2012's MassChallenge invented a business shirt that looks good, keeps you cool, actively fights odors, and never wrinkles.
Young Entrepreneurs To Converge On Boston For MassChallengeHundreds of young entrepreneurs are about to move into Boston for a few months, as the latest MassChallenge takes flight.
Huge Spike In Applicants For MassChallengeOne of the largest competitions for business startups is getting even larger. MassChallenge says the competition received more than 1,200 applicants for this year, a big increase over last year.
MassChallenge Application Period OpensThis year's MassChallenge competition has officially launched, with bigger prizes and more sponsors.
MassChallenge Spreads $1 Million Among 17 Start-UpsWBZ New England Business Editor Anthony Silva talks with the top three winners, who each receive $100,000.
MassChallenge Proving Wildly SuccessfulCompanies have raised millions of dollars in early venture capital, creating hundreds of jobs.
Patrick Meets Scientist, CEO To Start Israel TripGov. Deval Patrick is wrapping up the first full day of his trade mission to Israel.