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State Budget Solutions' Hannah Oh covered the status of Detroit's conducive environment to 'savvy entrepreneurs' in her latest missive from July 9, 2014, including mentions of Benzinga as well as Detroit Lives!, Bizdom and Detroit Venture Partners.
Startup Nation's show on Saturday, June 28 focused on how entrepreneurs are figuring out a way to break out in highly competitive, firmly entrenched business sectors. Host Jeff Sloan was accompanied by Guest Co-Host, Norm Pappas. Guests included Jason Raznick from Benzinga and Ari Techner from Scratch Golf.
Neiman Lab's Joseph Lichterman spent the day at Benzinga HQ getting a feel for the business and its span of financial news involvement.
An exclusive interview with Jason Raznick that covers Benzinga's game-changing path to becoming a virtual Wall Street.
Michipreneur's Amanda Lewan listed Benzinga as one of the great financial tech startups to watch out for due to its ''fresh, quick, and informative approach to financial news." Other startups listed were Larky, Wisely, VerifyValid and Protean Payment.
On February 27, 2014, MetroMode quoted CEO Jason Raznick on Benzinga's latest advancement with financial products and employee expansion.
On November 20, 2013, the partnership between ForexLive and Benzinga Professional was announced that subscribers would have access to a greater depth of information and access to the latest trends that impact the forex market.
Founder Jason Raznick and Developer Adam Bratt were guest speakers at the 1000 Pitches Summit in Palmer Commons at the University of Michigan to push ideas and innovations.
In November 2013, EuroWeeklyNews cited Benzinga while covering the impact of the iPhone 5C on Apple's smartphone market share.
On October 19, 2013, CEO Jason Raznick spoke on the TEDxUMDearborn stage and shared his story of overcoming obstacles, founding Benzinga in his basement and how he saw Michigan battle with the economic recession.
In October 2013, MedCity News cited Benzinga while covering Obamacare's effects on full vs. part-time employment.
In October 2013, CEO Jason Raznick was named an honoree of DBusiness "30 in Their Thirties," for his passion as a "startup junkie," and serial entrepreneur.
In August 2013, Benzinga received praise for its services that go beyond the daily news and coverage of global markets and financial content.
In June 2013, CEO Jason Raznick passed the torch of the JVS Rising Entrepreneur Award to Pam Turkin, found of Just Baked at the 16th Annual Strictly Business Networking and Awards Luncheon.
In September 2012, Benzinga Co-Founder and CEO, Jason Raznick, was honored by Crain's Detroit as one of Detroit's top 40 business people under the age of 40.
In July 2012, Benzinga Co-Founder and CEO, Jason Raznick appeared on CNBC's lunchtime Fast Money segment to discuss bank stocks and strategies for netting positive returns with them.
In July 2012, Benzinga Co-Founder and CEO, Jason Raznick, stopped by the Fox 2 News Detroit studio to talk about Benzinga, the company's progress, and its future.
In June 2012, Benzinga Co-Founder and CEO, Jason Raznick, was honored by JVS when he was given the JVS rising entrepreneur award.
In March 2012, Benzinga Co-Founder and CEO, Jason Raznick, put together a piece for the Huffington post about hiring struggles in the Detroit area, and the need for technology-trained talent.
In Feburary 2012, Benzinga Co-Founder and CEO, Jason Raznick, appeared on CNBC to discuss the outlook for the market and the current trading environment.
In May 2011, the Wallstreet Journal put together a piece on an investment made by the founders of Groupon in Benzinga.
In April 2011, Benzinga Co-Founder and CEO, Jason Raznick, visited the studios of Fox Business to address the effects of consumer spending on inflation.