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Silicon Alley

Silicon Alley

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  1. Silicon Alley is adding to New York's cool and padding the wallets of its workers. Software developers earn a median income of $107,300 a year, according to a ... FULL ARTICLE AT NewYorkBusiness.com

  2. A Silicon Alley startup that believes in happiness through physical activity can now count on 40 million other sources of joy. NoMad-based ClassPass, a subscription fitness-booking platform that... To view ... FULL ARTICLE AT NewYorkBusiness.com

  1. A Silicon Alley startup that believes in happiness through physical activity can now count on 40 million other sources of joy. NoMad-based ClassPass, a subscription fitness-booking platform that... To view ... FULL ARTICLE AT NewYorkBusiness.com

  2. One of Silicon Alley's biggest tech startups is finally making a move against its most famous rival. Online stock photo and video platform Shutterstock announced Thursday that it has ... FULL ARTICLE AT NewYorkBusiness.com

  3. What an Etsy IPO means for the rest of Silicon Alley

    One of New York's hallmark internet startups is reportedly headed toward the public markets, but will others finally follow? Bloomberg reports that Etsy is preparing for a $300 million ... FULL ARTICLE AT South Florida Business Journal

  1. Despite swirling IPO rumors, one of Silicon Alley's most valuable startups has quietly made two moves that will extend its time as a private company. Database titan MongoDB, which ... FULL ARTICLE AT NewYorkBusiness.com

  2. Dumbo (and Williambsurg ) developer Two Trees is converting its property in the Flatiron district into a playground for the blossoming tech community in Silicon Alley . As the company "[understands] the ... FULL ARTICLE AT Gothamist

  3. Jake Schwartz, 36, came east from Oregon to attend Yale and Wharton. He stayed to become a key figure in the growth of Silicon Alley. Since founding his tech education ... FULL ARTICLE AT NewYorkBusiness.com

  4. Jake Schwartz, 36, came east from Oregon to attend Yale and Wharton. He stayed to become a key figure in the growth of Silicon Alley. Since founding his tech education ... FULL ARTICLE AT NewYorkBusiness.com

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Silicon Alley is a nickname for an area with a concentration of Internet and new media companies in Manhattan, New York City. Originally, the term referred to the cluster of such companies extending from the Flatiron District down to SoHo and TriBeCa along the Broadway corridor, but as the location of these companies spread out, it became a general term referring to the dot com industry in New... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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