Shares of Corbus Pharmaceuticals Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:CRBP) have climbed in the previous month. During that time period, shares are up 6.88% which has provided some nice profits for investors who may be looking to take advantage of the recent gains. Focusing in on the past five trading days, shares have changed 4.27%. Year-to-date, the stock has performed 418.18%. Read more >>
Jon Paul Corman has petitioned Santa Claus for a Buzz Lightyear action figure, the kind that lights up and talks. The most expensive version runs less than $50, well within Santa’s budget.
What the 9-year-old could really use is a pair of high-tech, customized glasses, the kind that uses a camera, a powerful computer and LED screens to help him see images in real time. They cost about $15,000…After stumbling across a website about the technology, the Barrington family traveled to a […]
Walmart’s push on YouTube this holiday season is paying off, earning the brand more than 75 million video views for its holiday-related content according to the video advertising platform Pixability. That number is far ahead of the second leading brand on YouTube during the same time period, Beats by Dre which has generated less than 30 million views from its holiday-related videos. Read more >>
Global hotspot provider Skyroam said it is rolling out airport vending machines in the U.S. in collaboration with automated retailer ZoomSystems. Through the new machines, which use Zoom’s vending platform, travelers can rent Skyroam’s pocketsize global hotspot with unlimited Internet service in 100-plus countries and take it with them wherever they travel. Read more >>
When you think of medical innovation, you may think of San Diego, Boston or the San Francisco Bay area. But entrepreneurial activity in medical innovation has been flourishing across Michigan and top talent, investors and leading life science corporations across the world have taken notice.
Fred Molnar is vice president of entrepreneurship and innovation at the Michigan Economic Development Corp.
For instance, this year an Ann Arbor-based biotech startup, RetroSense Therapeutics, was acquired by leading global pharmaceutical company Allergan plc for […]
Thirty-three-year-old Cody Moore of Hubbard is raising money for a new pair of glasses, but this pair costs more than most glasses you’ll find at any optometrist.
Cody, who is legally blind, is raising money for a pair of the eSight glasses, a new medical device that allows people who are legally blind to see you again. Read more >>
Regroup Mass Notification, the award-winning leader in emergency and day-to-day mass communication technology, today announced that it is joining forces with CEMA Inc. — a full-service consulting firm that provides advanced emergency preparedness solutions — to present a live webinar on business continuity best practices. Read more >>
A highly advanced pair of glasses will allow a Lugoff man to see the faces of family and friends for the first time in his life…A year ago, Hair took a trip to North Carolina to try a pair of electronic glasses made by eSight that supposedly would enable him to see. Read more >>