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Florida-based logistics provider ShipMonk raises $290 million on the back of rising eCommerce demand

Florida-based logistics provider ShipMonk raises 0 million on the back of rising eCommerce demand Jan Bednar started ShipMonk with $70,000 in winnings from a string of student business plan competitions and launched the business that just closed on $290 million in new funding from a small warehouse with no air conditioning in […]

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Beyond Meat earnings miss big on declining food service and consumer demand

Beyond Meat earnings miss big on declining food service and consumer demand Beyond Meat’s partnership with McDonald’s to develop the McPlant burger wasn’t enough to keep shares from collapsing after the company posted third-quarter earnings that fell far below analysts’ expectations. The big miss sent shares tumbling nearly 29% in after markets […]

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Facebook takes down “Stop the Steal 2020” group organizing around false claims of election chicanery

Facebook takes down “Stop the Steal 2020” group organizing around false claims of election chicanery Facebook has taken down a group that had amassed over 300,000 members and was sharing misinformation and organizing around false allegations of impropriety during the 2020 elections. The group, called “Stop the Steal 2020” was organizing protests […]

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TikTok stars got a judge to block Trump’s TikTok ban

TikTok stars got a judge to block Trump’s TikTok ban TikTok has won another battle in its fight against the Trump administration’s ban of its video-sharing app in the U.S. — or, more accurately in this case, the TikTok community won a battle. On Friday, a federal judge in Pennsylvania has issued […]

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Twentyeight Health is a telemedicine company expanding access to women’s health and reproductive care

Twentyeight Health is a telemedicine company expanding access to women’s health and reproductive care New York’s Twentyeight Health is taking the wildly telemedicine services for women’s health popularized by companies like Nurx and bringing them to a patient population that previously hadn’t had access.  The mission to provide women who are Medicaid or […]

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Osmind pitches clinical management and data analysis for mental health practices using psychedelics

Osmind pitches clinical management and data analysis for mental health practices using psychedelics Jimmy Qian and Lucia Huang, the co-founders of a new clinical practice management and data analysis platform for mental health providers focusing on cutting edge psychedelic treatments, met at Stanford University.  The two both come from healthcare backgrounds. Huang, […]

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Fearing coronavirus, a Michigan college tracks its students with a flawed app

Fearing coronavirus, a Michigan college tracks its students with a flawed app Schools and universities across the United States are split on whether to open for the fall semester, thanks to the ongoing pandemic. Albion College, a small liberal arts school in Michigan, said in June it would allow its nearly 1,500 […]

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A second potential COVID-19 vaccine, backed by Bill and Melinda Gates, is entering human testing

A second potential COVID-19 vaccine, backed by Bill and Melinda Gates, is entering human testing A new COVID-19 vaccine candidate is entering Phase 1 clinical human testing today, after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) accepted an application from Inovio Pharmaceuticals under the regulator’s Investigational New Drug program. Inovio plans to […]

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Ancestry.com rejected a police warrant to access user DNA records on a technicality

Ancestry.com rejected a police warrant to access user DNA records on a technicality DNA profiling company Ancestry.com has narrowly avoided complying with a search warrant in Pennsylvania after a search warrant was rejected on technical grounds, a move that is likely to help law enforcement refine their efforts to obtain user information […]

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Most of the largest US voting districts are vulnerable to email spoofing

Most of the largest US voting districts are vulnerable to email spoofing Only 5% of the largest voting counties in the U.S. are protected against email impersonation and phishing attacks, seen as a key attack method by hackers who officials say want to disrupt the upcoming presidential election. The findings come less […]

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