The joys of food, cooking, and eating become even sweeter when your kitchenware lasts a lifetime but doesn't take a lifetime to pay off.
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On ranches, bird life is a key indicator of environmentally conscious cattle grazing, one of the principles of the startup Blue Nest Beef.
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Welcome to Insider Cannabis, where we're bringing you an inside look at the deals, trends, and personalities driving the multibillion-dollar cannabis boom.
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Blueland's household cleaning products are part of a sustainable, affordable system that involves dissolvable cleaning tablets and reusable bottles.
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Jeffrey Ubben is hoping to advance Nikola's story beyond the short-seller fight that's captured headlines this month.
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It’s official – Wolt, the Helsinki-based technology company that’s known for its food delivery platform, has clinched the title of 2020’s “most promising startup” from all of Europe in the 7th edition of the Tech5 startup competition. TIER took second place, while Cowboy came in third. The winners were chosen by a panel of investors, influencers, and experts, who judged the entrants based on notable investment rounds, social impact, team growth and media buzz. From climate-conscious food delivery to accessible, hi-tech transport to a smart e-bike, here’s what you should know about these three promising tech companies that are helping… This story continues at The Next Web
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JB Straubel’s Redwood aims to extract lithium, cobalt and nickel from old smartphones.
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How WhatsApp is driving ecommerce in the region, and a fintech startup looking to serve Vietnam’s underserved businesses.
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Chinese technology conglomerate Tencent is investing $62.8 million in Walmart-owned e-commerce firm Flipkart, according to a report by business intelligence platform.
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Many online startups sell beautiful, durable, and appropriately-priced sheets. Before you upgrade, read up on what you should buy from each startup.
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The Parachute foam mattress is so comfortable and breathable that it kept me sleeping soundly through the night.
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Il Makiage makes finding the right foundation shade easy with its quiz. I tried it and was impressed that it got my color correct on the first try.
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The small startups with their big problem-solving ideas and the company that wants to make content better with tech
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The cloud-data platform plans to list on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol "SNOW" from September 16.
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With WeChat spurring the success of companies like Pinduoduo, WhatsApp is now expanding its toolkit to do the same for businesses.
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Which are the startups that are on the path to becoming the next big thing?
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Bloomberg reported Tuesday that the Securities and Exchange Commission was looking into Hindenburg's allegations of fraud.
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It will use the new funds to invest in its core technology infrastructure for data analysis, product development, and customer service.
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Verena Löw will speak at our online event, TNW2020. Secure your free ticket now and learn how data, autonomy, and connectivity are fueling the future of mobility You can’t go a week these days without reading the word “disruption” in relation to some new piece of tech that says it’s going to change the way we live forever. Many startups in the mobility tech world profess that very Silicon Valley infused mantra of ‘moving fast and breaking stuff’ — but as regulators and industry watchdogs get involved, the disruptors run the risk of becoming the disrupted. It seems sizeable parts of the mobility space exist either… This story continues at The Next Web
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Asumsi says it reaches more than 10 million viewers per month through its website, YouTube, and social media platforms.
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(University of Cambridge) Startups funded by US energy agency ARPA-E file patents at twice the rate of similar cleantech firms, according to latest research. UK should trial its own climate-focused ARPA as part of Covid-19 recovery package, argues Cambridge researcher. Learn lessons from US by supporting startups through "valley of death" to boost productivity and innovation in green tech.
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Workplace startup Room released mini modular workspaces that can modify a traditional office to be safer during the coronavirus pandemic.
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The Astra rocket, code named Rocket 3.1, launched successfully but failed to reach orbit due to a problem during the first stage burn.
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Everyone is banking on electric sales growing, and growing fast. But the market remains tiny, and Tesla has a commanding lead.
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The startups that raised the most this week: Byju’s, MicroPort, Thunes, and more.
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Plus: Nikola's deal with General Motors, United's new game plan, Airbus' cup holder problem, and more.
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The Indonesian fintech company that thrives on the human touch, Amazon to possibly buy stakes in Reliance, and the startup that doesn’t forget your face
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It also plans to continue growing its customer base for employee health benefits in Thailand with the new capital.
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Like most other companies, my tech- and design-startup has felt the impact of COVID-19. People taking more time with decisions. Growth is pretty much paused in some markets. Teams are working from home and creating new kinds of cultural habits in the textannotation”>organization. We’ve grown from nothing to a company with customers in 130 countries in less than 12 months, and we hadn’t seen the coronavirus coming in any way — like most other startups. However, it’s become crystal clear to me that the way to handle a financial crisis like this is not just about remote work, cutting costs,… This story continues at The Next Web
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A bombshell report says Nikola founder Trevor Milton essentially lied and maneuvered his way to big-name partnerships without ever actually producing anything of value.
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