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A dive into Haun Ventures with the firm’s first deal lead, Sam Rosenblum

Sam Rosenblum never imagined he would work at a crypto-focused investment firm. A Southern California native who spent a “large portion of my life outdoors in the sun, playing sports and hanging out with friends,” crypto was not technically a thing until...

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Ballooning US EV registrations raise opportunities for startups

Prusa buys 3D-printer seller Printed Solid to expand US footprint

Lots going on in the world of desktop 3D printers — that’s not a sentence I thought I’d be writing anytime soon. Days after MakerBot and Ultimaker announced merger plans, one of the companies’ most well-regarded competitors is making its own moves. Prague-based Prusa Research is acquiring Printed Solid Inc., a Delaware-based 3D-printer reseller. Founded […]

Rivian says pricing dispute with seat supplier threatens Amazon van program

Rivian filed a complaint against Commercial Vehicle Group, alleging that the supplier violated a contract and nearly doubled prices on a custom seat package bound for the electric vans it’s producing for Amazon and potentially other commercial customers. WSJ was...

Start up solo, or bring on a co-founder? 4 factors to consider

Russ Heddleston Contributor Share on Twitter Russ Heddleston is Head of Commercial, DocSend at Dropbox. More posts by this contributor Pre-seed round funding is under scrutiny: Is VC pandemic posturing here to stay? What to expect while fundraising in 2021 Every...

Twitter CEO and Elon Musk clash over bot-battling metrics

Twitter is full of bots, this much we know. But how full, and what kinds of bots? With estimates ranging from Twitter’s own “under 5 percent” to independent researchers suggesting 20 percent or more, it’s clearly a tricky number to nail down,...

Melbourne-based Blinq wants to make paper business cards obsolete

Business cards feel almost as outdated as Victorian calling cards, but they are still a networking staple. Melbourne-based Blinq wants to do away with them altogether. The app generates a QR code that shows your professional info, including social media links, as soon...

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Ballooning US EV registrations raise opportunities for startups

Melbourne-based Blinq wants to make paper business cards obsolete

Business cards feel almost as outdated as Victorian calling cards, but they are still a networking staple. Melbourne-based Blinq wants to do away with them altogether. The app generates a QR code that shows your professional info, including social media links, as soon as someone scans it, even if they don’t have the app installed. […]

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