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Amazon teams with recycling robot firm to track package waste

Amazon generates a lot of trash. Precisely how much is a matter of some debate. In 2021, the company says it used 214 million or so pounds of single-use plastic in its packaging. Nonprofit ocean conse

Mojo Vision’s Series A hits $43.5M, following pivot to micro-LED displays

Back in April, Mojo Vision announced a new $22.4 million Series A. Six months later, the round has nearly doubled to $43.5 million, courtesy of New Enterprise Associates (NEA) and Khosla Ventures, who

Opendoor alums raise $15M for Kindred, a home-swapping network

The concept of taking existing properties and repurposing them is not a new one. After all, Airbnb is a high-profile example of people turning vacation homes, for example, into revenue generators when

AI-powered search engine Perplexity AI lands $26M, launches iOS app

A search startup raised $26 million recently to offer an AI-powered rival to Google. Perplexity AI, which bills itself as a “conversational search engine,” closed a Series A funding round

NEA now manages over $25 billion in assets — oh, and it’s looking beyond venture

New Enterprise Associates, known by the acronym NEA, has closed a new pair of early-stage and growth-stage funds, both hovering a little over $3 billion to a total of $6.2 billion. The two-fund struct

DeltaStream secures cash to build real-time streaming databases

DeltaStream, which is developing a streaming database platform geared toward enterprise customers, today announced that it raised $10 million in a seed round led by New Enterprise Associates. The fund

Customer support management platform Assembled lands $51M

Assembled, which bills itself as a workforce management platform for customer support teams, today announced that it raised $51 million in a Series B funding round led by New Enterprise Associates, wi

Recycling robotics firm Glacier emerges from stealth with $4.5M

I’ve got to admit, the respective pedigrees of Glacier’s founders are a bit unexpected for a recycling robotics company. Areeb Malik used to be a software engineer at Facebook, and Rebecca Hu work

SafeBase bags $18M Series A to speed up vendor security auditing process

Every company has to check the security credentials of its software vendors before signing on the dotted line to make a purchase. It usually involves a clunky non-digital process of signing NDAs and t

Jeffrey Katzenberg, WndrCo flex funding muscles with string of new deals

His firm has been injecting capital into an eclectic group of companies lately, and we wanted to find out what he's been up to.

SeMI Technologies’ search engine opens up new ways to query your data

SeMI takes unstructured data and creates a semantic search engine so that you can actually ask your data questions and get answers.

Embrace grabs a new funding round amid unveiling of new mobile data intelligence software

Digital traffic worldwide is increasingly done through mobile devices, and Embrace is bringing visibility to that data to companies.

Clarifai moves beyond computer vision to manage companies’ unstructured data

Clarifai enables customers to make sense of the 90% of unstructured data they have using artificial intelligence.

Investors share how infrastructure as code is taking over DevOps

Infrastructure as code (IaC) has been gaining wider adoption among DevOps teams in recent years, but the complexities of data center configuration and management continue to create problems — and op, a precision upskilling platform, taps $16M to close enterprise skills gap

Finding the right learning platform can be difficult, especially as companies look to upskill and reskill their talent to meet demand.

Robinhood files to go public after squeaking to profitability in 2020

This afternoon Robinhood, the popular investing app for consumers filed to go public. The company intends to list on the NASDAQ under the symbol “HOOD.” That Robinhood released an S-1 fili

Spokn slurps out the BS in corporate internal comms and replaces it with audio storytelling

The podcasting world remains one of the most vibrant formats in media (and I am not just saying that since the Equity crew won a Webby yesterday for our not-that-humble podcast). Its openness, diversi

Patreon triples valuation to $4 billion in new raise

Patreon has tripled its valuation to $4 billion in a $155 million funding round led by Tiger Global, the company confirmed to The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday.  The creator economy platform, which

App monitoring platform Sentry gets $60 million Series D at $1 billion valuation

Application performance monitoring startup Sentry announced today that it has reached unicorn status, raising a $60 million Series D with a post-funding valuation of $1 billion. The round was led by A

Resilience raises over $800 million to transform pharmaceutical manufacturing in response to COVID-19

Resilience, a new biopharmaceutical company backed by $800 million in financing from investors including ARCH Venture Partners and 8VC, has emerged from stealth to transform the way that drugs and the
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