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Where top VCs are investing in fintech

Where top VCs are investing in fintech Over the past several years, ‘fintech’ has quietly become the unsung darling of venture. A rapidly swelling pool of new startups is taking aim at the large incumbent institutions, complex processes and outdated unfriendly interfaces that mar billion dollar financial services verticals, such as insurtech, […]

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Glow raises $2.3M to help podcasters make money

Glow raises .3M to help podcasters make money Glow is a new startup that says it wants to help podcasters build media business. That’s something co-founder and CEO Amira Valliani said she tried to do herself. After a career that included working in the Obama White House and getting an MBA from […]

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Contract management startup Icertis becomes unicorn with $115M new round

Contract management startup Icertis becomes unicorn with 5M new round Icertis, a Washington-headquartered startup that develops cloud-based software to help large companies manage contracts, has raised $115 million at more than a billion dollar valuation to become the latest SaaS unicorn as it looks to further expand its footprints across the globe. […]

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Palmetto gets $20 million credit line for its solar and energy efficiency installation marketplace

Palmetto gets million credit line for its solar and energy efficiency installation marketplace For homeowners that want to go green, but have trouble figuring out how to do it, Palmetto Clean Technologies has the answer. The company has an army of salespeople to pitch the benefits of solar power and energy efficiency, and […]

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Former Munchery employees sue company, blame CEO for shutdown

Former Munchery employees sue company, blame CEO for shutdown The Munchery saga continues. In a new class-action lawsuit, former Munchery facilities worker Joshua Philips is claiming the startup owes him and 250 other employees 60 days’ wages, citing The Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act, a U.S. labor law that requires employers with […]

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Flutterwave and Visa launch African consumer payment service GetBarter

Flutterwave and Visa launch African consumer payment service GetBarter Jake Bright Contributor Jake Bright is a writer and author in New York City. He is co-author of The Next Africa. More posts by this contributor Harley Davidson reveals more about its push into electric vehicles Venture capital, global expansion, blockchain and drones […]

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Greycroft raises $250M for its fifth early-stage fund

Greycroft raises 0M for its fifth early-stage fund Greycroft, the venture capital firm that’s backed companies like the Huffington Post, Plated and Venmo, is announcing that it has raised $250 million for its latest fund. The firm was founded in 2006 by Alan Patricof, Ian Sigalow and Dana Settle, and it now […]

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Workast raises cash to expand beyond Slack with its message-based task management toolkit

Workast raises cash to expand beyond Slack with its message-based task management toolkit {$inline_image}  Workast, the popular Slack-based task management toolkit, is looking to expand its messaging horizons. The company, which answered the prayers of everyone who was sick of working with Asana and other task management applications, has raised $1.85 million in […]

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Consumer internet startups go mainstream outside of Silicon Valley

Consumer internet startups go mainstream outside of Silicon Valley  In the past year, New York has reached a tipping point as consumer-facing startups proliferate and similarly Los Angeles is gaining notice with the success of Snap and Dollar Shave Club among others. Read More Source: techCrunch

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