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Food delivery startups abound in the U.S., but few of them deliver to customers in second cities and smaller towns. From early pioneers like Grubhub to newer services like DoorDash, food delivery businesses have tended to focus onurban areas with a high concentration of restaurants and people who frequentlyorder takeout.
Goldbely, the specialty food delivery service, has closed $10 million in Series A funding. The round was led by Global Founders Capital and Intel Capital (which also led the companys seed round).
Cosette Jarrett is a freelance writer from Salt Lake City, Utah. Her work focuses on consumer technology and digital connectivity.
Docker is the king of devops tools, hybrid cloud is beating public-only and private-only clouds, andMicrosoft Azure is making sizable headway in public cloud. Those are some of the key insights from this year’s edition ofSaaS provider RightScale’s State of the Cloud report, which is derived from a survey of more than 1,000 IT pros around the world.
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Most of Snaps top products came from acquisitions, and now it will have the war chest to make more. Yet it didnt have to blow its momentum to collect this cash.
NBCUniversal is now the only U.S. media company that has an official stake in Snap. Today, NBC Universal (which is a unit of Comcast) revealed that it invested $500 million in Snap as a strategic investment partnership during yesterdays IPO.
Life sciences startups need a whole lot more cash than most and thats certainly true for GRAIL, a cancer detection startup trying to figure out a way to find the emperor of all maladies much earlier through blood testing technology. The startup, which spun out of genomics company Illumina announced it has closed a whopping $900 million in Series B funding this morning.
Clark, an app aiming to “turn every educator into an entrepreneur,” launches with $1 million in funding
Its hard to be a tutor. For one thing, many educators dont have time for extracurricular teaching, even while they might need to bolster their paychecks.
Revcontent, a self-funded companypowering content recommendations for publishers like Forbes and The Atlantic, has acquired Rover. Thats not Rover the pet-sitting marketplace, but rather the content discovery app formerly known as Flipora and Infoaxe.