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Copious Raises $5 Million Series A To Build Out The eBay With A Social Backbone

Copious, a San Francisco startup that makes an online marketplace where people can buy and sell things, has raised $5 million in Series A funding. The new round was led by Foundation Capital, with Google Ventures and Relay Ventures participating — all three firms had invested previously in Copious’ $2 million... more.

Rally.org Cause Crowdfunding Platform Raises $7.9M of Its Own

Rally.org, which helps people run online fundraising campaigns, has raised $7.9 million from a long list of backers. San Francisco-based Rally’s investors include Relay Ventures, Floodgate Fund, Greylock Partners, Michael Birch, Google Ventures (where it is new partner Kevin Rose’s first investment), Collaborative Fund, Tim Ferriss, Eric Ries, Josh Spear and Scott... more.

Building a Business on Helping Companies Hire Smarter

ClearFit founder Ben Baldwin always knew he wanted to be an entrepreneur, although he wasn’t always sure that this attitude was a good thing. “I’ve never really fit into the way other people think/act and I have a real problem with authority,” Baldwin said in interview. “I kinda thought that... more.

Meet The First 5 Companies To Join Toronto Incubator Extreme Startups

The Canadian startup incubator scene has taken off lately, with startup accelerators popping uparound the country. One of the latest to appear is Toronto-based Extreme Startups. The accelerator, which was officially announced in January, has gone through the application selection process and has had five startups taking part in the program since... more.
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