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Aerospace MNC Giant Boeing Invests in Australian IoT Satellite Startup Myriota

It's the first investment outside the US by Boeing HorizonX Ventures and its tenth investment since launching in April 2017

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Fireside Ventures Closes Its 1st Fund with a Corpus of Rs 340 Cr

Fireside Ventures targets to invest in 20-25 consumer brand businesses from this fund over the next two to three years.

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Cognizant to Acquire Bolder Healthcare Solutions to Expand Revenue Cycle Management Services

It’s a fast-growing company helping hospitals, physicians and specialists digitally manage billing for improved efficiency, profitability and patient experiences

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Isn’t It a Bit Too Late for Stock Market Cheerleaders to be Coming Out?

While India’s earnings growth isn’t shabby in relative terms, stocks certainly aren’t priced for such numbers.

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Bosch Enters Ridesharing Business with Acquisition of Splitting Fares Inc.

By 2020, the number of people worldwide using rideshares is expected to rise 60 percent to 685 million.

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Microsoft Rebrands Startup Program with $500M to Promote Azure Cloud Services

The Microsoft startup program will be providing startups with up to $120,000 in free Azure credits, enterprise grade technical support and other development tools.

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Think3 Launches $1B Fund Encouraging SaaS Founders to Exit Current Company and Begin Next Startup

With a 30% decline in US startup exits over the last four years, companies are staying private longer. This is bad for entrepreneurs.

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TV Mohandas Pai Backed 3one4 Capital Launches Oversubscribed Fund II with 250Cr

Reliance Industries’s venture arm, cofounders of Infosys and several family offices have joined the fund as limited partners.

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AI Investor pi Ventures Announce Second Close at $25M

The Bengaluru-based VC plans to invest in 18 to 20 startups from this fund over a 3 to 4 year time frame.

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Y Combinator Launching Program for Bio Tech Startups; Offers More Money

Instead of the standard deal for YC companies, $120,000 invested for 7 percent ownership, companies will be offered any amount between $500,000 and $1 million for 10 to 20 percent ownership.

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