Bay Area

San Fransisco Lead Venture Capital Investment in the U.S.

As the birthplace of venture capital in 1960's, a report from Martin Prosperity Institute showed that San Francisco is still leading venture capital investment in the United States. While New York and East Coast region followed behind.

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Tech companies are next targets for overtime pay cases - Oakland Labor Lawyer

An Oakland lawyer claims that companies in the Bay Area will soon be facing overtime-related lawsuits. These lawsuits will hit firms in the sharing economy, like Lyft and Uber.

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Good Eggs online farmers' market shuts down its operation in Brooklyn, New Orleans and Los Angeles

Good Eggs, the online organic grocery store, is shutting down its operation in New Orleans, Los Angeles and Brooklyn.

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Facebook's Zuckerberg pledges $120 million to Bay Area schools

Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan have pledged $120 million to Bay Area schools to help underserved communities in San Francisco, the two wrote in an essay to the San Jose Mercury News.

Read Full Article Partners with 30 Public Schools bringing computer science to millions of American high school students partners with 30 public schools as they run towards making computer science more accessible to high school students nation wide.

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New venture capital fund Amplify Partners raises $49.1M to back IT infrastructure startups in the US

Cambridge, US-based venture capital firm Amplify Partners raised $49.1 million for its new fund to back early-stage firms in the storage, networking, and Internet hardware industries.

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American biotech startup QuanDx bags $950K in funding

Menlo Park, California-based biotech startup QuanDx bagged $950,000 in a recent financing round from undisclosed backers to continue developing molecular diagnostic equipment for medical laboratories.

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US-based call marketing firm Invoca secures $20M in Series C funding

California, US-based call marketing company Invoca raised $20 million in a Series C funding round led by Accel Partners for its workforce expansion and product development.

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