Cashify Raises $15 Million For Its Second-Hand Smartphone Business In India

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Daily Crunch: Google swears off ad-tracking: Anthony Ha

Google says it’s focusing on privacy-friendly approaches to ad targeting, Okta acquires Auth0 and a flying taxi startup raises $241 million. This is your Daily Crunch for March 3, 2021. The big story: Google swears off ad-tracking While Google had already ann…

As activist investors loom, what’s next for Box?: Ron Miller, Alex Wilhelm

Activist investors will only sit still for so long, and when they take action, it usually involves one of two approaches: Replace the leadership team or induce a sale.

Cashify raises $15 million for its second-hand smartphone business in India: Manish Singh

Tens of millions of people each year purchase a second-hand smartphone in India, the world’s second largest market. Phone makers and giant online sellers such as Amazon and Flipkart are aware of it, but it’s too much of a hassle for them to inspect, repair, a…

Bank of America is bringing VR instruction to its 4,000 banks: Lucas Matney

As consumer VR begins to have a moment following years of heavy investment from Facebook and other tech giants, corporate America is similarly beginning to find more utility in the technology, as well. Bank of America announced today that they’ll be working w…

Twitter tests new e-commerce features for tweets: Sarah Perez

Twitter confirmed it’s testing a new way to display tweets that link out to e-commerce product pages — like products on a Shopify store, for example. With a new Twitter card format, the company is experimenting with tweets that include a big “Shop” button and…

Okta acquires cloud identity startup Auth0 for $6.5B: Ron Miller

As Okta announced earnings today after the bell, it revealed that it’s buying cloud identity startup Auth0 for a hefty $6.5 billion. With Auth0, Okta gets a cloud identity company that helps developers embed identity management into applications, adding an en…

Toro acquires robotic tractor/snow blower maker, Left Hand Robotics: Brian Heater

Toro this week announced its intentions to acquire Left Hand Robotics. The Colorado-based startup (not to be confused with Righthand Robotics) is a natural fit for the lawn mowing giant, as the producer of the RT-1000, an autonomous system capable of mowing l…

Amazon Fire TV expands live TV features, adds Alexa support for live content: Sarah Perez

Amazon is rolling out a new experience for its Fire TV platform that puts more focus on subscription-free streaming and other live content. The company today announced several new services are being integrated into its suite of Live features, including Xumo a…

Dear Sophie: Can you demystify the H-1B process and E-3 premium processing?: Sophie Alcorn

Can you help demystify the H-1B process and provide any tips? We also want to hire an Australian and transfer their E-3. How quickly can this be done?

Bottomless closes $4.5M Series A to scale its subscription coffee business: Alex Wilhelm

As a devoted coffee drinker I was enthused by the idea of Bottomless. The Y Combinator-backed startup sends its users coffee as they run low so that they never run out of the Magic Juice of Life. What could be better? Because life is somewhat funny, after sig…

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