Fresh crowdfunding rules give you a bigger stake in startups
Americans can invest $2,000 or more in small companies while getting a say in their future.
Amazon's Echo speaker guides you through workouts
The smart speaker can dole out advice on fitness... and finance, too.
You don't have to be a millionaire to invest in Fig's next video game
Fig will allow unaccredited individuals to actually invest in the development of its new project.
Invest in the development of your favorite video games with 'Fig'
If Kickstarter isn't cutting it, check out the new crowdfunding site supported by Double Fine.
Report: Ouya gets $10 million investment from Alibaba
Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba invested $10 million into microconsole maker Ouya last month, Th...
Scutify puts the bells and whistles on Wall Street
Scutify is a combination of many things, but it's mainly a social network built around the stock m...
Nexon, Wargaming, Zynga CEO back mobile startup fund
Venture capital firm London Venture Partners is offering initial funding for mobile game developmen...
GameStop may seek exclusive content during a game's development
GameStop is contemplating taking a greater interest in games during their development in order to s...
Equity crowdfunding is coming, but not on Kickstarter
Think you can do a better job than wealthy venture capitalists at sussing out potential winners and...