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ET Startup Awards 2017: Perfect mix of agriculture with tech helped Aibono win Social Enterprise award
The Economic Times of India • E.T. Bureau
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ET Startup Awards 2017: Both Bugworks Research & Pandorum Technologies grab 'Top Innovator' award
The Economic Times of India • E.T. Bureau
Middle East and North Africa aren’t the next big hotspot for tech… yet
The Next Web • Hicham Amine
ET Startup Awards 2017: Swiggy wins startup of the year
The Economic Times of India • E.T. Bureau
Swiggy 'dish of the day' at ET Startup Awards
The Economic Times of India • E.T. Bureau
ET Startup Awards 2017: Midas touch award for best investor goes to Ravi Adusumalli of SAIF Partners
The Economic Times of India • E.T. Bureau
Uniform Limited Liability Company Protected Series Act (ULLCPSA) Adopted By Uniform Law Commission
Forbes • Contributor, Jay Adkisson
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CNBC • Aditi Roy
One Family, Many Revolutions: From Black Panthers, to Silicon Valley, to Trump
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ET Startup Awards 2017: Perfect mix of agriculture with tech helped Aibono win Social Enterprise award
The Economic Times of IndiaE.T. Bureau
DELHI: The combination of agriculture and technology, which encapsulates the business model of Aibono helped the startup win top honours in the Social Enterprise category at The Economic Times Startup Awards 2017. The agritech company, which provides farm-related intelligence, technology, expertise and...
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Finance, Green Transportation
Softbank, Didi Chuxing Invest $2 Billion in Uber Rival Grab
Bloomberg
Grab raised $2 billion from Didi Chuxing and SoftBank Group Corp., the largest-ever venture fundraising in Southeast Asia, as it steps up efforts to fend off Uber Technologies Inc. Another $500 million is anticipated from existing and new investors, Grab said in...
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Antibacterials, Biotechnology
ET Startup Awards 2017: Both Bugworks Research & Pandorum Technologies grab 'Top Innovator' award
The Economic Times of IndiaE.T. Bureau
DELHI: India hasn't been able to carve itself out as a destination for biotech innovation. Now, though, despite the complexities, long durations and dearth of money required for such research, several young companies are making a global impact with their cutting-edge research....
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Entrepreneurship, Private Equity
Middle East and North Africa aren’t the next big hotspot for tech… yet
The Next WebHicham Amine
In the past, people didn’t give much thought to the startup climate in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). But after Careem’s massive funding and Amazon’s acquisition of Souq, people are finally realizing the potential of the region. I’ve been fortunate...
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Venture Capital
ET Startup Awards 2017: Swiggy wins startup of the year
The Economic Times of IndiaE.T. Bureau
India’s food-tech industry has been going downhill largely because of weak business models and shoddy execution in catering to hungry customers. One company, though, has been able to swim against the tide with foresight, grit and tremendous business smarts. Swiggy, in a...
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Entrepreneurship, Startups
Swiggy 'dish of the day' at ET Startup Awards
The Economic Times of IndiaE.T. Bureau
BENGALURU: Food delivery company Swiggy has won top honours at India’s biggest and best awards for startups, joining a group of peers distinguished by high-quality technical and entrepreneurial prowess. At a meeting on Saturday in Bengaluru, an exemplary jury led by Biocon...
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Finance, Investment Industry
ET Startup Awards 2017: Midas touch award for best investor goes to Ravi Adusumalli of SAIF Partners
The Economic Times of IndiaE.T. Bureau
Ravi Adusumalli is a rarity among private equity and VC investors having successfully racked up a string of multi-bagger exits for SAIF Partners, while several others have floundered in a geography not known to be kind to risk-capital. SAIF Partners, with Adusumalli...
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Private Equity, Startups
Uniform Limited Liability Company Protected Series Act (ULLCPSA) Adopted By Uniform Law Commission
ForbesContributor, Jay Adkisson
The Uniform Law Commission has adopted the Uniform Limited Liability Company Protected Series Act (ULLCPSA).
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Entrepreneurship, Private Equity
A group helps felons 'Defy' the odds, teaching small business skills
CNBCAditi Roy
On one morning late this spring, dozens of inmates at Solano State Prison in Northern California scurried around the penitentiary's gym, ready for a life-changing day. They were about to pitch their business ideas to a squad of Silicon Valley's elite tech...
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Finance, Politics & Policy
One Family, Many Revolutions: From Black Panthers, to Silicon Valley, to Trump
The New York TimesDavid Streitfeld
CAMARILLO, Calif. — For generations, the Horowitz family has cheered on the revolution. Phil and Blanche were New York schoolteachers who belonged to the Communist Party, and dreamed of a socialist heaven on earth. Their son, David, went on his first march...
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