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Marqeta, which just announced its Denver HQ2, joins the IPO speculation fray Another day, another possible Bay Area tech IPO. Marqeta, the fast-growing Oakland fintech that recently opted for a second headquarters location in Denver, plans to interview investment banks for a run at the public markets, Reuters reported Thursday, ci
bizjournals.com | Jul 10, 2020 8:04 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
Frisco media-tech company taps leader from Comcast The company, which has a stake held by Ericsson, is getting a CEO with deep experience in the media industry.
bizjournals.com | Jul 10, 2020 7:47 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
The Funded: Amazon helps another Tesla rival raise $2.5B in new funding Amazon.com Inc.'s $1.3 billion plan to buy Zoox Inc. highlighted its interest in autonomous vehicles but the Foster City-based startup isn't its only dog in that race. The Seattle online retail and cloud giant is among investors who helped Michigan-based
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Amazon didn't get PPP loans, but members of its logistics network did While some contractors dipped into PPP, others said Amazon was lucrative enough to sustain them.
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Construction on Turnpike tower, new CarGurus HQ cleared to start The future 1001 Boylston St. tower above the Mass. Turnpike has the agreements needed to start the air-rights project, according to developer Samuels & Associates.
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Portland's TechTown Diversity Pledge is being overhauled after a lack of progress Prosper Portland manages the TechTown program that launched a diversity pledge five years ago. The program was meant to push companies on workforce diversity, but the numbers haven't changed significantly.
bizjournals.com | Jul 10, 2020 6:55 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
Why this software development firm is launching a non-profit for one of its technologies OCI has established the Micronaut Foundation, a non-profit entity designed to promote and progress development on a free, open-source software development framework called Micronaut.
bizjournals.com | Jul 10, 2020 6:49 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
USF is using wearable tech to study coronavirus effects The University of South Florida is working on wearable technology that aims to detect the progression of coronavirus in people most at risk. USF teamed up with Shimmer, an Ireland-based company with a focus on wireless, wearable sensor products, to create
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Layoffs at G2 as the tech company cuts costs during Covid-19 crisis G2, a Chicago-based B2B software review platform, laid off 17 employees earlier this month. G2 co-founder and CEO Godard Abel confirmed the layoffs to Chicago Inno in an email, saying the reduction accounted for 5% of the companys total staff. The layoffs
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With classes from nutrition to candle-making, company that offers employee, resident programming shifts online LulaFit, which provides wellness amenities management services, has launched a new virtual platform offering mindfulness classes and other online programming to businesses and apartment and condo dwellers. The Chicago-based company said through its LulaFi
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