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Oct 19, 2016, 2:00 PMIn context
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Stripe debuts new fraud detection tools for its payments service, which use machine learning   —  Stripe, the startup that lets websites and mobile apps implement payment services through its API and a few lines of code, is today adding in another new feature as it continues to build out its platform with more tools.
Oct 19, 2016, 1:25 PMIn context
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Razer acquires audiovisual company THX as it explores growth beyond the gaming industry; THX will be “spun out” as a recapitalized startup   —  Razer, the company that develops hardware and services for gamers and the world of gaming, has made an acquisition to catapult …
Oct 17, 2016, 5:55 PMIn context
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France's Navya raises $34M for its self-driving shuttle bus, reportedly at a $220M valuation   —  When it comes to self-driving cars, the public tends to focus on developments for private vehicles for individuals, but there are also some significant advances underway in other categories such as shuttle busses.
Oct 17, 2016, 2:25 AMIn context
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Spotify CEO Daniel Ek becomes chairman after co-founder Martin Lorentzon steps down from position to become company's vice-chairman   —  A changing of the guard is underway at Spotify, the streaming music service with 40 million paying users and over 100 million overall that competes …
Oct 16, 2016, 10:05 AMIn context
Naspers sells Polish eBay rival Allegro for $3.25B to consortium of private equity firms   —  Oct 14, 2016, 10:49 amOct 14, 2016, 11:30 am  —  Earlier this year, it was reported that Naspers, the media and internet holding company, was planning to sell off Allegro, its online auction business based …
Oct 14, 2016, 2:35 PMIn context
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Workplace will cost $3 per user per month for the first 1K users, $2 for the next 1K-10K users, and $1 for additional MAUs   —  After 20 months in a closed beta under the working title Facebook at Work, (as we predicted it would the other week) today Facebook is finally bringing …
Oct 10, 2016, 1:20 PMIn context
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LinkedIn now lets users privately signal to recruiters when they are looking for a new job; feature initially available in US, Canada, UK, and Australia   —  One of the hallmarks of any social network is how it pushes people to share their experiences with others, but increasingly we've seen …
Oct 6, 2016, 10:55 AMIn context
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eBay acquires visual search engine Corrigon for less than $30M   —  eBay — the soup to nuts marketplace for new and used goods — has made another acquisition to build out its search and discovery technology for customers to find what they need among the 1 billion or so items that are listed on the site.
Oct 5, 2016, 9:05 PMIn context
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Akamai buys Soha Systems, which had just raised $10M from a16z, Menlo Ventures, others, to add more security to its cloud networking business   —  Consolidation continues to work its way through the world of enterprise startups.  Today Akamai announced that it has acquired Soha Systems in an all-cash deal.
Oct 4, 2016, 8:15 PMIn context

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