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Selected's recruiting platform brings teachers together with schools they'll love – TechCrunch

A "teacher dating app" is a strange but useful way to describe Startup Selected, which has just completed $ 1.2 million seed funding for its educational recruitment platform. And in all fairness Selected has said it first. The startup's own website describes itself (somewhat ironically) as a "dating app for job-seeking teachers and employment schools". Before you look at the …

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Rackspace takes over Salesforce specialist RelationEdge – TechCrunch

Rackspace announced today that it has acquired RelationEdge, a Salesforce implementation partner and digital agency. The companies did not disclose the financial details of the acquisition. This may sound like a strange acquisition. Rackspace is still best known for its hosting and managed cloud and infrastructure services. RelationEdge helps companies manage their Salesforce SaaS implementations. However, the company wants to …

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EAT Club Acquires Healthy Food Startup Farm Hill – TechCrunch

EAT Club, With a customer base that includes Flipboard, MasterCard, and TaskRabbit, Corporate Lunch Service has acquired Farm Hill, a packed lunch delivery service, to consolidate and expand its presence in the San Francisco Bay Area. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed, but Farm Hill had previously accumulated $ 4 million in capital. EAT Club also introduced Doug …

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Intel tests self-driving cars in Jerusalem – TechCrunch

Intel and its subsidiary Mobileye have begun testing 100 self-driving cars in Jerusalem. In the coming months, the fleet will be used in the US and other regions, wrote Mobileye CEO Amnon Shashua in a blog post. Through this test, Intel / Mobileye wants to show that its cars drive more than 1000 times safer than human drivers "without the …

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In the next few weeks, you can spend time with one of these VCs and it'll all be for charity – TechCrunch

Five years ago, we told you about a venture capital auction where dozens of VCs donated their time to better fund research at the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, one of the world's largest voluntary health organizations, research and development Research funding access to treatments for blood cancer patients. The auction was about the then five-year-old Rhett Krawitt, a boy with …

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