Posts Tagged ‘change’
A new startup calledIndigo Fairis looking to change the way local retailers do business specifically, how they source and manage the inventory they use to stock their shelves. Founded by a team of former Square employees, the company is launching with seedfunding from Khosla Ventures, YC and some angels.
In fall 2015, the National Labor Relations Board filed a complaint against delivery service Postmates thatchallenged the legality of the companys mandatory arbitration agreement between it and its contractors. In Postmates fleet agreement, which contractors must sign as a condition of hire, the company had required that workers settle disagreements through arbitration.
WayUp is making its first acquisition its buying the similarly focused Looksharp. Both companies have created job listing sites for college students and recent graduates, but WayUp co-founder and CEO Liz Wessel (pictured above with Looksharp CEO Andrew Maguire) told me theyre complementary in a rather specific way.
You may have seen the startupBrightwheel scoring an investment from Mark Cuban and Chris Sacca on Sharktank last year. Or you may know Brightwheel if you have kids in preschool, daycare, or other early education programs these days.
Have you ever wondered why the snack bowls on the second floor of your fancy startup office never runs out of snacks? Your office manager is most likely in charge of all of this, and sometimes it can be hard for them to keep track of all requests and make sure everything is running smoothly.
Why so serious, Donald Trump? Maybe youd find less needto reach for ALL CAPS as you compose your tweets if you smiled a little more?
In tech, we often think a few steps further down the road. But sometimes, the present needs some serious addressing.
Techdirt, a blog about the intersections of law, media and technology, is fighting a defamation suit brought by Shiva Ayyadurai, a man who claims to have invented email. The site posted on the claim multiple times and Ayyadurai took offense to the tune of $15 million.