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Why Bill.com didn’t pursue a direct listing

Why Bill.com didn’t pursue a direct listing Bill.com went public today after pricing its shares higher than it initially expected. The B2B payments company sold nearly 10 million shares at $22 apiece, raising around $216 million in its IPO. Public investors felt that the company’s price was a deal, sending the value […]

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Carbon’s new CEO discusses local manufacturing, funding and a potential IPO

Carbon’s new CEO discusses local manufacturing, funding and a potential IPO Last month, Carbon announced its first new CEO in the company’s history. With $260 million worth of investments and a $2.5 billion, it’s a big job. But Carbon’s 500-person headcount is small potatoes compared to Ellen Kullman’s last gig. For six […]

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Why Ring Doorbells Perfectly Exemplify the IoT Security Crisis

Why Ring Doorbells Perfectly Exemplify the IoT Security Crisis A new wave of reports about the home surveillance cameras getting hijacked by creeps is painfully familiar. Source: www.wired.com Why Ring Doorbells Perfectly Exemplify the IoT Security Crisis

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Greta Thunberg Blasts ‘Creative PR’ in Her Climate Speech

Greta Thunberg Blasts ‘Creative PR’ in Her Climate Speech In her latest talk at a major climate change conference, the Swedish activist accused politicians and big business of misleading the public. Source: www.wired.com Greta Thunberg Blasts ‘Creative PR’ in Her Climate Speech

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Revolt! Scientists Say They're Sick of Quantum Computing's Hype

Revolt! Scientists Say They’re Sick of Quantum Computing’s Hype A Twitter account called Quantum Bullshit Detector reflects some researchers’ angst about overhyped claims and other troubling trends. Source: www.wired.com Revolt! Scientists Say They’re Sick of Quantum Computing’s Hype

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Pandora launches interactive voice ads

Pandora launches interactive voice ads Pandora has begun to test a new type of advertising format that allows listeners to respond to the ad by speaking aloud. In the new ads, listeners are prompted to say “yes” after the ad asks a question and a tone plays. The ads will then offer […]

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DataRobot is acquiring Paxata to add data prep to machine learning platform

DataRobot is acquiring Paxata to add data prep to machine learning platform DataRobot, a company best known for creating automated machine learning models known as AutoML, announced today that it intends to acquire Paxata, a data prep platform startup. The companies did not reveal the purchase price. Paxata raised a total of […]

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Anti-Vape Laws Could Do More Harm Than Good

Anti-Vape Laws Could Do More Harm Than Good Banning vaping just might drive teens to the black market—and send adult smokers back to their cancer sticks. Source: www.wired.com Anti-Vape Laws Could Do More Harm Than Good

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Google makes moving data to its cloud easier

Google makes moving data to its cloud easier Google Cloud today announced Transfer Service, a new service for enterprises that want to move their data from on-premise systems to the cloud. This new managed service is meant for large-scale transfers on the scale of billions of files and petabytes of data. It […]

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The War on Polio Just Entered Its Most Dangerous Phase

The War on Polio Just Entered Its Most Dangerous Phase Though victory is close, the eradication campaign is on some very fragile ground.  Source: www.wired.com The War on Polio Just Entered Its Most Dangerous Phase

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