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“This is now the new normal”: an expert explains why cybersecurity risks aren’t going away

Silicon Valley plays a role here, too. For the work that Facebook, Twitter, Google, and Microsoft have been doing on this, I say bravo. It really isn’t part of their business model, and they’re having to take a step back and say, “How do we be good global citizens, and how do we be good US citizens, as US-headquartered companies, and how do we step up our game to alert when we see something that doesn’t make sense to us?”
08.29.2018 09:42 read more...


Another food delivery startup, Foodsby, rakes in venture capital funding

Foodsby, the provider of a lunch delivery service based out of Minneapolis, has raised a $13.5 million Series B. Founded in 2012, the company connects employees in office buildings in 15 cities with local restaurants. How it works: A hungry worker uses Foodsby to pre-order a meal from a restaurant in its network, Foodsby aggregates all the orders it receives, sends the orders to the restaurants and the restaurants then make all the deliveries at once, streamlining what can be a logistically complicated process. 
08.29.2018 09:36 read more...


The $29 billion battle to own how America sleeps is heating up

The mattress wars are heating up, but there are different strategies at work. Will Casper's VC-fueled growth allow it to come out on top? Or will Saatva and Amerisleep's slower, self-funded growth be more sustainable in the end? The contest over who will provide Americans with a good night's sleep has turned into a brawl, with startups taking on more established online brands for market share, Fast Company reports. Casper, which is now the top online mattress retailer in the U.S., is a poster child for rapid VC-funded growth, whereas Saatva and Amerisleep have been "pouring profits back into the business, and growing slowly." Those are just a few of the numerous brands looking to capture the multibillion online mattress market, which has left legacy brick-and-mortar competitors reeling.
08.22.2018 15:28 read more...


After the bitcoin boom: hard lessons for cryptocurrency investors

The virtual currency markets have been through booms and busts before — and recovered to boom again. But this bust could have a more lasting impact on the technology's adoption because of the sheer number of ordinary people who invested in digital tokens over the last year, and who are likely to associate cryptocurrencies with financial ruin for a very long time.
08.22.2018 15:23 read more...


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Venture and growth investors are doing a lot to speed up the rise of these worker-bots. So far this year, they’ve poured hundreds of millions into developers of robotic process automation technology, the term to describe software used for performing a series of tasks previously carried out by humans.
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What if blockchain turned out to be just what emerging economies were after?

 

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While Clinton certainly did not appear to be a Shingy-esque blockchain evangelist onstage, he delivered a targeted amount of enthusiasm about new technologies like blockchain and artificial intelligence in enhancing accessibility and shaping the country’s economic future.

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It might be the only way we can break Facebook’s hold on our lives, it could cement Apple’s reputation as a privacy-minded service provider, and more importantly, it wouldn’t be that hard to get people to use it.
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Instagram’s co-founders announced that Adam Mosseri, the platform’s vice president of product, is now in charge. Mosseri will oversee all functions of the business and recruit a new executive team, Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger said in a statement. The co-founders announced their departure last week — more than six years after Facebook purchased the company for $1 billion. “We remain excited for the future of Instagram in the coming years as we transition from being leaders at Instagram to being just two users in a billion,” said Systrom and Krieger.
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