The Business Journals
Adding to the amount of attention and funding two local startups have garnered in the past months, Kanarys and Zirtue take home semifinalist prize and Revolution's Rise of the Rest: Equity Edition...
The company has 31 employees and expects to nearly double that in 2021, with most of the hires being focused on the Mile High City.
The week in bankruptcies: Green Mountain Specialties Corp., Buildmarc Inc. and 1 more.
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In a virtual pitch competition that set out to invest in Black startup founders across the country, Chicago startup Rheaply took the top prize of $1 million.
Kellogg Bowl has permanently closed, another victim of Covid and business restrictions
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First homes complete in community close to downtown
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Texas unemployment claims fall again — and Austin is a national leader for resiliency of job market
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It was the fewest first-time jobless claims submitted in Texas since March. And Austin has lost less than 2% of its jobs in the past year — tied with Salt Lake City for lowest level in the nation among...
Le Bonheur's Dr. Jon McCullers said the data he has seen shows warehouses and factories to be the types of workplaces people are most likely to clock in at while sick with the virus.
Colorado teen entrepreneur named Time's 2020 Kid of the Year
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Time Magazine released its first ever Kid of the Year honor and a Colorado teen took home the title.
St. Louis' fastest-growing private companies: Growth drivers
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We asked leaders from the St. Louis region's top 10 fastest-growing private companies to tell us what’s driving their growth and how they’re weathering Covid-19.
St. Louis County officials said its partner agencies report that up to 75% of people seeking assistance from a food pantry are doing so for the first time.
The week in South Florida bankruptcies: Denials Recovery Group, Saona Holding LLC and 3 more
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Nonprofit releases data on well-being of Alabama women
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Moderna to begin testing coronavirus vaccine on children
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Cambridge-based biotech firm Moderna is planning a clinical trial of its coronavirus vaccine with children ages 12 through 17.
Leaving Uber for the chance to be co-founder and CEO of an emerging health tech startup was a "no brainer" for Dan Trigub.
Viewpoint: Good leaders give back during times like these
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ESPCs are a valuable employee recruiting and retention tool as well as a way for senior management, founders and owners of an employer to include their employee colleagues in their charitable giving...
From Carolina Ale House to the Angus Barn: Triangle restaurants approved for millions in PPP loans
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The state’s hard-hit restaurant industry made up more than 4 percent of the $12.2 billion allocated to North Carolina businesses through the Paycheck Protection Program.
First-time jobless claims filed by Texas workers reached their lowest levels since March last week, according to the U.S. Labor Department.
Oil field services company files for bankruptcy as PPP runs dry
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PPP money got this oil company through a difficult spring and summer, but didn't go far enough to make it through the year.
WarnerMedia blows up movie scheduling: Get titles on HBO Max app on day they hit theaters
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The Olde Mecklenburg Brewery temporarily closes after employee tests positive for Covid
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The Olde Mecklenburg Brewery has temporarily closed up its brauhaus, taproom and biergarten after an employee tested positive for Covid-19.
New York City will create pandemic response institute to prepare for future outbreaks
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The city plans to issue a request for proposals for partners to operate the institute, with a goal of selecting a partner and opening the institute in 2021.
Tom Brady, Gisele Bündchen tap new agent for Brookline estate
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WSU Spokane launches life sciences startup incubator
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The incubator fills "a long unmet need in the state of Washington" to support early stage life science and health care companies, the director says.
Flexera sells majority stake to Thoma Bravo for $2.85B
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Local software firm Flexera has agreed to sell a majority stake to Thoma Bravo, marking the second time the private equity firm has acquired the Itasca-based tech company.
Meda announces finalists for third 'Million Dollar Challenge,' including four MN companies
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This year, almost 200 people applied for the Million Dollar Challenge, which is the largest entrepreneurial competition for Black, Indigenous and entrepreneurs of color in the U.S.