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Grab’s huge SPAC merger heralds Asia’s next tech boom (WALL STREET JOURNAL)
The Southeast Asian ride-hailing and delivery app is going public in the U.S. at a $40 billion valuation and others look likely to follow suit.
At the beginning of this year, BetaKit reported the Ottawa-founded company had received approvals for two merchant patents and that Shopify’s number of publicly available approved or pending patents, at the time, totalled approximately 45.
How startups can manage cashflow (BETAKIT)
Speaking with BetaKit, Xero Canada Country Manager Faye Pang shared her advice on how startups can properly set up their cash flow management.
Indian delivery giant touts pandemic profits — while drivers suffer through a deadly second wave (REST OF WORLD)
Ahead of its IPO, Zomato drivers are paying for their own masks and sanitizer.
Sonder has raised more than $560 million to date, with its Series E round in 2020 giving the company a $1.3 billion valuation.
Previously, the federal government injected $34 million of additional capital into Attabotics to further develop and bring to market its robotics warehouse technologies.
Today, the company is behind subscription services for 15,000 merchants and 20 million subscribers worldwide.
Boast.AI’s Russ Armstrong explains how using Quarterly Advanced Refunds on SR&ED claims can dramatically accelerate startup growth.
By recalling 125,000 Tread and Tread+ devices — and by initially refusing to do so – Peloton made its life a lot harder.
Has online retail’s biggest bully returned? (NEW YORK TIMES)
Outraged customers of Eyeglassesdepot sound like the victims of a man who’s already spent years in prison for terrorizing consumers.