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MachEye raises $4.6M for its business intelligence platform

MachEye raises .6M for its business intelligence platform We’ve seen our fair share of business intelligence (BI) platforms that aim to make data analysis accessible to everybody in a company. Most of them are still fairly complicated, no matter what their marketing copy says. MachEye, which is launching its AI-powered BI platform today, is offering […]

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Panoply raises $10M for its cloud data platform

Panoply raises M for its cloud data platform Panoply, a platform that makes it easier for businesses to set up a data warehouse and analyze that data with standard SQL queries, today announced that it has raised an additional $10 million in funding from Ibex Investors and C5 Capital. This brings the total funding in […]

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Amazon launches a program to pay consumers for their data on non-Amazon purchases

Amazon launches a program to pay consumers for their data on non-Amazon purchases Amazon has launched a new program that directly pays consumers for information about what they’re purchasing outside of Amazon.com and for responding to short surveys. The program, Amazon Shopper Panel, asks users to send in 10 receipts per month for any purchases […]

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PopSQL raises a $3.4M seed round for its collaborative SQL editor

PopSQL raises a .4M seed round for its collaborative SQL editor PopSQL, a startup that builds a collaborative SQL editor for teams, today announced that it has raised a $3.4 million seed round led by Google’s AI-focused Gradient Ventures fund. Other participants include Y Combinator and FundersClub, as well as angel investors Max Mullen, the […]

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As the pandemic creates supply chain chaos, Craft raises $10M to apply some intelligence

As the pandemic creates supply chain chaos, Craft raises M to apply some intelligence During the COVID-19 pandemic supply chains have suddenly become hot. Who knew that would ever happen? The race to secure PPE, ventilators, minor things like food, was and still is, an enormous issue. But perhaps, predictably, the world of ‘supply chain […]

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IoT and data science will boost foodtech in the post-pandemic era

IoT and data science will boost foodtech in the post-pandemic era Sunny Dhillon Contributor Share on Twitter Sunny Dhillon is an early-stage investor at Signia Ventures in San Francisco where he invests in retail tech, e-commerce infrastructure and logistics, alongside consumer and enterprise software startups. More posts by this contributor From farm to phone: A […]

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Four steps for drafting an ethical data practices blueprint

Four steps for drafting an ethical data practices blueprint Joel Shapiro Contributor Joel Shapiro, JD, Ph.D., is Clinical Associate Professor of Data Analytics at the Kellogg School of Management, where he runs Kellogg’s Analytical Consulting Lab. Joel is also Chief Analytics Officer of Varicent, a leading sales performance management software provider. Reid Blackman Contributor Reid […]

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Fishtown Analytics raises $12.9M Series A for its open-source analytics engineering tool

Fishtown Analytics raises .9M Series A for its open-source analytics engineering tool Philadelphia-based Fishtown Analytics, the company behind the popular open-source data engineering tool dbt, today announced that it has raised a $12.9 million Series A round led by Andreessen Horowitz, with the firm’s general partner Martin Casada joining the company’s board. “I wrote this […]

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Databricks makes bringing data into its ‘lakehouse’ easier

Databricks makes bringing data into its ‘lakehouse’ easier Databricks today announced that launch of its new Data Ingestion Network of partners and the launch of its Databricks Ingest service. The idea here is to make it easier for businesses to combine the best of data warehouses and data lakes into a single platform — a […]

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Facebook’s use of Onavo spyware faces questions in EU antitrust probe — report

Facebook’s use of Onavo spyware faces questions in EU antitrust probe — report Facebook’s use of the Onavo spyware VPN app it acquired in 2013 — and used to inform its 2014 purchase of the then rival WhatsApp messaging platform — is on the radar of Europe’s antitrust regulator, per a report in the Wall […]

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