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There’s a reason why US Midwest startups had fewer layoffs, Chicago VC says

Over time, many cities across the Midwest have been building out bona fide startup ecosystems, as M25’s annual ranking of Midwest startup hubs makes clear.

1:30 pm PDT • August 17, 2022
There’s a reason why US Midwest startups had fewer layoffs, Chicago VC says

The company’s three-pronged technology includes creating ideal environment for the shrimp, remote operations management and AI-powered automation to monitor and feed them.

Your future shrimp meal could come from Atarraya’s farming technology

The duo aims to democratize the tools needed for everyone to become a content creator.

Digital marketplace Clutch closes $1.2M pre-seed round led by Precursor Ventures

After operating his own ghost kitchen, Keto Kitchen, in Austin for the past year, serial entrepreneur John Meyer saw that fintech resources for the industry were lacking. When Keto Kitchen…

Ghost Financial whips up new capital into finance tools for ghost kitchens

Platforms that bring more automation to the working environment, and platforms that are empowering more people to get involved in building tools to help themselves work, have equally seen a…

Formstack raises $425M for a no-code platform that helps businesses automate their customer and internal workflows

Among the 30 of the companies High Alpha has started, there have been seven exits so far.

High Alpha opens third venture studio: co-founder calls venture market ‘hot and crazy’

It is clear that Black, women, Latinx and LGBTQ+ startup founders face an uphill battle when it comes to getting a share of the VC investment pie in Silicon Valley.…

Indy VC firm Sixty8 Capital launches $20M fund aimed at underrepresented founders

We know that a lot of elements go into the formation of a startup ecosystem. When your city is outside of the major coastal tech centers, it takes a deliberate…

Indy-based High Alpha Capital launches new $110M fund

Yaw Aning named Malomo, the service he launched for small businesses to turn their order-tracking services into branded customer experiences, as a tribute to his mother, who was a small…

Indianapolis-based Malomo raises $2.8 million to turn order tracking into a branded customer experience

With the White House’s surprise decision to bar foreign nationals from Europe from entering the United States, the already battered airline industry is facing yet another challenge. Unsurprisingly, we are…

Airlines start canceling more flights from Europe as new restrictions go into effect

There comes a time for many startup companies where they either realize they need to do a nationwide roll-out, or they need to actively target buyers in the middle of…

How to go to market in middle America

Given the success of Box, it’s hard to imagine that founder Aaron Levie believes he should have done something differently in the company’s early years. However, while speaking to Storm…

Back To The Future In Enterprise SaaS Selling

One of the downsides to covering gadgets on a daily basis for as long as I have is the fact that I think everything is crap. Very few things excite…

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Linux Indy Car Just Plain Sucks

1:22 pm PDT • May 29, 2007

While Linux may not suck, its official Indy car definitely does. A group of hopeful, brash Linux users got together for the Tux 500 campaign to raise enough money to…

Looks like the Indianapolis Colts are breaking into the robotics industry. Last night, the team debuted its Peyton Manning humanoid robot. Standing 6’5″ and equipped with a laser-rocket arm, this…