Numerix: Building Post-Crash Fintech Momentum

Fintech is one of the most technology-oriented sectors in the world, with a long history. At the same time when airline reservations systems transformed the airlines, Michael Bloomberg and SunGard Systems, alongside…

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How Will President Trump Affect Tech in Europe?

This Friday Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States. And while the US media has been aflame on the back of lurid intelligence accusations, there…

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VoteBash Founder Martijn Atell: Startup Lessons from One Jungle to Another

Many entrepreneurs may describe their paths to success as a jungle. Few began their journey in an actual one. Martijn Atell, CEO and founder of VoteBash, learned some of his most valuable…

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North Carolina’s Research Triangle is Ready for its Startups to Go Big

This is the second in a series of special features on some of the US’ unsung startup hubs. Our first examined Oklahoma City and the ‘Silicon Prairie’. Stay up-to-date here and on…

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HERE and Mobileye Pair Up for Self-Driving Tech Push

Three months after Mobileye’s very public split with Tesla, the driving sensor firm has another partnership: HERE. The latter will provide mapping software alongside Mobileye’s sensors to offer a more holistic autonomous…

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Oklahoma City Finds a Sweet Spot on America’s ‘Silicon Prairie’

A brewfest at a baseball stadium is not the most obvious place to discover a vibrant tech ecosystem. But at the OKBio BrewFest earlier this month, at Oklahoma City’s Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark,…

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Tesla Acquires SolarCity – But Markets are Unsure

Tesla has officially acquired SolarCity, the largest American provider of solar energy services. The deal, which was sealed this morning, was approved by over 85% of Tesla shareholders, and marks another significant step…

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Breaking the Digital Walls: The Industrialization of Construction

Construction companies are increasingly tapping venture capital funding. In 2010, few or no start ups would seek Sand Hill Road or Bay Area investors for Series A or Series B. But in…

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America’s Veterans are Made for Tech Entrepreneurship

During the course of this year’s run for the White House, Americans on either side of the political divide have found very little common ground. That the country should do more for…

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Tech Shares Wobble, Renewables Worry, on Trump Election Win

America is in a state of collective shock after last night’s surprise election victory for Republican candidate Donald Trump. As results came in and Trump’s path to the White House was paved…

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