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Payroll provider ADP said it is acquiring WorkMarket, a startup that specializes in workforce management software that operates across a wide range of employees and contractors, for an undisclosed sum
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The legacy payroll company ADP on Tuesday dropped its defamation lawsuit against its quickly growing competitor, Zenefits.
In a major victory for the startup, a U.S. District Court for the Northern
Here we go again. Zenefits, the cloud-based HR software startup now worth billions filed a motion to strike and dismiss what it calls a “frivolous” defamation lawsuit from ADP. Paycheck se
Payroll giant ADP has filed suit in federal court against HR startup Zenefits and its founder Parker Conrad for defamation. ADP and Zenefits are locked in an on-going battle over client information us
HR startup Zenefits and 50-year-old corporate payroll incumbent ADP are pulling no punches in a battle over the use of third-party data. The dispute seems to have started around June 4th when ADP cut
Android UX and interaction design leads Helena Roeber and Rachel Garb gave a talk at Google I/O this year about the Android Design Principles (ADP) they helped create and introduced back in 2012 with
Y Combinator company <a target="_blank" href="https://zenpayroll.com/">ZenPayroll</a> launched its cloud-based payroll service today with $6.1 million in seed funding from Google Ventures and investme