Gotham Greens just raised $310M to expand its greenhouses nationwide

That’s not a typo. $310 million, with a zero at the end. This latest round brings Gotham Greens’ total funding up to $440 million since its 2009 launch. The nine-digit raise was led by BMO Impact

Urban greenhouse firm Gotham Greens set to double its footprint this year

Like many in the New York area, Gotham Greens first grabbed my attention by way of the greenhouses they installed on Brooklyn’s first Whole Foods location. The sight of the four glass structures ato

IUNU uses robots to keep an eye on greenhouse crops

Not going to lie, IUNU (pronounced “you knew”) is not the easiest name (further confusing matters is the presence of a robot called “LUNA”). But the agtech firm is involved in a solid business

Gotham Greens opens a 10-acre farm/research facility in California

During the good number of hours I’ve spent researching and writing about vertical farming in recent months, one key word keeps popping up: proximity. So many of the resources spent on modern farming

New York-based indoor ag company Gotham Greens raises $87 million

Lettuce celebrate the rise of indoor agriculture. In the past few months, AppHarvest, a developer of greenhouse tomato farms, went public through a special purpose acquisition vehicle, vertical farmin

Email creation startup Stensul raises $16M

Stensul, a startup aiming to streamline the process of building marketing emails, has raised $16 million in Series B funding. When the company raised its $7 million Series A two years ago, founder an

Intelligent recruiting platform Greenhouse picks up another $50M

Finding the right talent is a make-or-break situation for any company — especially smaller ones, which might not have the robust tools (or pocket books) of larger companies like Google that have a c

Greenhouse Inclusion aims to reduce bias in the hiring process

Unconscious and implicit biases can show up every step of the hiring the process. That’s why Greenhouse, a recruiting and applicant tracking program, has partnered with diversity and inclusion c

iUNU aims to build cameras on rails for growers to keep track of their crop health

You’ve probably spent a lot of time keeping track of your plants and all the minor details, like the coloration of the leaves, in order to make sure they’re healthy — but for professiona

The history of innovation in recruitment technology and services

2016 is a watershed moment for the recruitment industry. LinkedIn and Monster are being acquired, and CareerBuilder is for sale -- three of the highest-profile tech companies in the space. Microsoft i

Greenhouse Raises $7.5M To Engineer How Startups Recruit…Engineers

Uber, Pinterest, Snapchat and BuzzFeed all share a not-so-secret weapon in the talent wars: Greenhouse. The recruitment optimization SaaS turns hiring into a science, and guides them through where to

Greenhouse Raises $2.7M To Make Recruiting A Science For Hyper-Growth Startups Like Airbnb

"Recruiting is our top priority," most serious startups say, yet they're terrible at it. Ad-hoc interviews, jumbled notes. But Greenhouse turns the messy hiring process into a well-oiled machine for f

Winnie The Pooh, Stitch, Alien: Super-cute digital photo frames

<img src="" /> Tokyo-based gadget maker Greenhouse <a href="">announced</a>

USB 3.0-compatible PCI Express interface card

<img src="" /> <a href="">USB 3.0</a> is just around the corne

Fast food and donut USB sticks

<img src="" /> Tokyo-based crap accessory maker <a href="">Greenho

Cork USB stick and light bulb USB stick

<img src="" /> I don't know what it is about Japan and USB, but Nippon just keeps on churning out USB-powered crap gadgets. <a

Japanese company sells "women-only" video camera

<img src="" /> Japan-based electronics maker Greenhouse has announced the <a href="

Now in more colors: Pig-shaped earphones

<img src="" /> Some Japanese gadget freaks do have a penchant for weird earphones, <a href="

One computer screen isn't enough? Get this USB-powered secondary display

<img src="" /> I am not really sure who'd need a secondary display of this size, but Japanese gadget maker Green

Another whacky USB gadget from Japan: Mini beach sandals and surf board memory cards

<img src="" /> I don't know what made Tokyo-based tech company <a href="
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