11:40PM | Tuesday, 20 November 2012 | MySpace will attempt to raise $US50 million to compete in the music streaming business against existing players Spotify and Pandora.
11:00AM | Tuesday, 20 November 2012 | Sydney incubator Foundry has revealed investments in two further start-up ventures, announcing that it is looking to raise up to $20 million to turn itself into a fully-fledged venture capital fund next year.
11:32PM | Monday, 19 November 2012 | The head of Zarraffa’s Coffee has highlighted the importance of staff training in the rebranding process, after the Queensland-based coffee franchise unveiled the overhaul of a chain of WA stores it recently acquired.
11:35PM | Friday, 16 November 2012 | Start-ups could soon be looking at Pinterest with renewed interest, after the content-sharing service unveiled a new set of terms for businesses, designed to help them utilise the platform.
11:00AM | Friday, 16 November 2012 | Sydney-based tech start-up Tapestry, which has created a social media platform suitable for older people, has snagged $600,000 in a funding round led by Sydney Angels, having already won two grants from Commercialisation Australia and a national iAward.
11:08PM | Thursday, 15 November 2012 | Game developers will benefit from a $20 million fund unveiled by the Federal Government, on the back of research showing consumers spent $1.5 billion on interactive games last year.
11:05PM | Thursday, 15 November 2012 | US online and mobile payments platform Braintree, fresh from a $35 million fund raise, has launched in Australia, saying it is looking at the “blistering pace” of innovation in the eCommerce sector.
11:02PM | Thursday, 15 November 2012 | A new co-working space has opened on the Gold Coast after partnering with existing venue Gold Coast TechSpace, adding to the list of co-working spaces and incubators in the Sunshine State.
11:56PM | Thursday, 15 November 2012 | Music streaming service Spotify is set to close a $100 million funding round that would value the company at $3 billion.
11:51PM | Thursday, 15 November 2012 | Federal Opposition Leader Tony Abbott has promised to double the existing annual rate of small business growth to 1.5% if elected.