MIT Digital Shingle Project

Every year hundreds of MIT graduates “hang out their shingle" and start companies from the ideas, technology, and skills they gain from MIT, resulting in 200 to 400 businesses started annually.

The MIT Digital Shingle Project celebrates this success through an online experience where you can browse companies, read statistics and be inspired by their stories.

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Zero Stage Capital Other

Zero Stage Capital is a venture capital firm that invests in emerging growth companies in the following technology sectors: information technology, communications, life sciences, and energy technology. Zero Stage Capital is headquartered in Cambridge …

TMT Tulga Muhendislik ve...

TMT Company is established in the finance center of Istanbul at Levent neighborhood. TMT is operating since then in the business segment listed above as a system integrator, acting both as as representative and as a contractor from Project and speci …

E*Trade Other

E-Trade Financial Corporation (E*TRADE) is a financial services company based in New York City, United States.

Symantec Software

(formerly C&E Software)
Symantec Corporation is the largest maker of security software for computers. The company is headquartered in Mountain View, California, and is a Fortune 500 company and a member of the S&P 500 stock market index.

Mouse Systems Consumer Web

Consumer Web
Mouse Systems Corporation, formerly Rodent Associates, was founded in 1982 by Steve Kirsch, inventor of the optical mouse. In addition to being a vehicle for Kirsch's invention, the company was responsible for bringing the mouse to the IBM PC fo …

Sunovion Biotech

(formerly Sepracor, Inc)
Sunovion is a pharmaceutical company founded in 1984. It was originally located in Princeton, New Jersey and then re-located to Marlborough, Massachusetts. The company's initial focus was on the development of single isomers and active metaboli …

Qualcomm Communications

Qualcomm (NASDAQ: QCOM) is an American wireless telecommunications research and development company, as well as the largest fabless chip supplier in the world, based in San Diego, California.

SoundView Technology Group

Soundview Technology Group (formerly NASDAQ:SNDV) was an American technology-focused securities and investment banking firm known primarily for its equity research on technology and other growth oriented companies. The company was acquired by Charles …

Frame Technology Corp Software

Frame Technology Corporation is engaged in the development, marketing, and support of writing and publishing software for the creation and distribution of critical business and technical documents.

Avid Technology Software

Avid Technology, Inc. is an American company specializing in video and audio production technology; specifically, digital non-linear editing (NLE) systems, management and distribution services. It was created in 1987 and became a publicly traded comp …

Diffraction Ltd Other

Diffraction LTD develops next generation technology for military and security applications. The company's products include digital and fused night vision devices; intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance equipment; combat ID / IFF systems; …

iRobot Consumer Goods

Consumer Goods
iRobot designs and builds robots that make a difference.

Wildfire Communications,... Software

Wildfire Communications, Inc. develops and markets voice-activated virtual assistant technology products.

Art Technology Group Software

Art Technology Group (ATG) was an independent Internet technology company specializing in eCommerce software and on-demand optimization applications until its acquisition by Oracle on January 5, 2011.

Aol Consumer Web


Consumer Web
AOL is a leading-edge web services company, including a network of premium and niche content sites, and an extensive offering of world-class tools and platforms. AOL's business spans the Internet with online and local content, innovative product …