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February 13, 2019

in her words: Girls Get Tech. They Just Need Others to Believe It.

New research explores how access to technology helps put girls on par with boys. NYT > Technology

February 11, 2019

Words Without Borders February: Graphic Conflict

The conflict that ‘Words Without Borders’ editorial director Susan Harris puts on the table this month for some may be as much about the graphic form as about these works’ stories. The post Words Without Borders February: Graphic Conflict appeared first on Publishing Perspectives. Publishing Perspectives

February 7, 2019

Tink, the European open banking platform, scores €56M in new funding

Tink, the European open banking platform headquartered in Sweden, has deposited €56 million in new funding. Leading the round is U.S.-based Insight Venture Partners. Existing backers Sunstone, SEB, Nordea Ventures and ABN AMRO Digital Impact Fund also participated. A number of other investors have been added to Tink’s cap table, too. They include Christian Clausen, […]

February 6, 2019

Retail technology platform Relex raises $200M from TCV

Amazon’s formidable presence in the world of retail stems partly from the fact that it’s just not a commerce giant, it’s also a tech company — building solutions and platforms in house that make its processes, from figuring out what to sell, to how much to have on hand and how best to distribute it […]

February 6, 2019

Instacart faces class-action lawsuit regarding wages and tips

Instacart is facing another class-action lawsuit pertaining to the way it pays its independent contractors, NBC News reports. Instacart guarantees its workers at least $ 10 per job, but workers are alleging Instacart offsets wages with tips from customers. The suit alleges Instacart “intentionally and maliciously misappropriated gratuities in order to pay plaintiff’s wages even […]

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