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Fable Tech Labs, which aims to help businesses make their technology accessible to people with disabilities, has raised a $2 million CAD seed round.
Hevo enables its clients’ employees to integrate data from more than 150 different sources, including enterprise software from Salesforce and Oracle, even if they don’t have any technical experience.
Vancouver-based Conexiom, which offers sales order and invoice automation solutions, has secured $40 million in strategic growth financing.
ByteDance CEO confirms U.S. will force TikTok sale (DIGITAL TRENDS)
First reported by the Chinese news outlet Pandaily, Zhang’s letter confirmed that the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) had decided ByteDance must sell TikTok’s U.S. operations. Trump says he’s OK with Microsoft making a bid.
New Zealand-domiciled Xero has named its Toronto office as the company’s North American hub for product development and technology innovation.
In the worst cyberattack in Twitter’s 14-year history, hackers commandeered more than 100 high-profile accounts.
StellarAlgo closes $1.5 million to help sports, live audience sector better engage with fans (BETAKIT)
StellarAlgo, a customer data startup connecting live audience businesses with their fans, closed a $1.5 million seed extension.
The outcome of Slack’s antitrust action against Microsoft and Teams may send shock waves through antitrust probes against Big Tech in the United States.
Top Hat launches new communication tool to help students, professors adapt to virtual education (BETAKIT)
Toronto-based EdTech startup Top Hat has launched Slate, a new free communication tool for students and educators.
Exclusive: European software startup Infobip raises over $200 million in Series A funding – sources (REUTERS)
The investment will help Infobip further expand in the United States through potential acquisitions, as it competes head-to-head with rivals such as San Francisco-based Twilio, the sources said.