Oracle says racial discrimination lawsuit is ‘meritless’ – TechCrunch

January 23, 2019

Oracle says the racial discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Division of Labor’s Workplace of Federal Contract Compliance Packages is “meritless.” This comes after Oracle declined yesterday to touch upon the OFCCP’s submitting that alleges Oracle withheld $400 million in wages from underrepresented workers. “This meritless lawsuit is based on false allegations and a seriously flawed […]

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Salesforce is constructing new tower in Dublin and including tons of of jobs – TechCrunch

January 18, 2019

Salesforce put the ending touches on a tower in San Francisco final 12 months. In October, it introduced Salesforce Tower in Atlanta and at present it was Dublin’s flip. Everybody will get a tower. Salesforce first opened an workplace in Dublin again in 2001, and has expanded to 1400 workers at present. As we speak’s announcement represents […]

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Managed By Q ends 2018 with a recent $25 million in funding – TechCrunch

January 8, 2019

Managed By Q, the workplace administration platform that launched again in 2013, has immediately revealed that it raised a further $25 million as part of its Sequence C, led by current buyers RRE and Google Ventures, with participation from new buyers DivCo West, Oxford Properties and others. The recent capital brings the whole spherical to […]

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The bounds of coworking – TechCrunch

December 15, 2018

It seems like there’s a WeWork on each road these days. Take a stroll via midtown Manhattan (please don’t truly) and it would even appear to be there are extra WeWorks than workplace buildings. Take into account this an ongoing dialogue about City Tech, its intersection with regulation, problems with public service, and different complexities […]

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Oracle is suing the U.S. authorities over $10B Pentagon JEDI cloud contract course of – TechCrunch

December 12, 2018

Oracle filed go well with in federal courtroom final week alleging but once more that the decade-long $10 billion Pentagon JEDI contract with its single-vendor award is unfair and unlawful. The grievance, which has been sealed at Oracle’s request, is accessible within the public document with redactions. If all of this sounds acquainted, it’s as a result […]

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AWS desires to rule the world – TechCrunch

December 2, 2018

AWS, as soon as a pleasant little facet hustle for Amazon’s eCommerce enterprise, has grown over time right into a behemoth that’s on a $27 billion run fee, one which’s nonetheless rising at round 45 p.c a yr. That’s a extremely profitable enterprise by any measure, however as I listened to AWS executives final week […]

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Upflow turbocharges your invoices – TechCrunch

November 24, 2018

Meet Upflow a French startup that desires that will help you take care of your excellent invoices — the corporate first began at eFounders. If you happen to’re operating a small enterprise, chances are high you’re both losing a ton of time or a ton of cash on accounts receivable. Most corporations presently handle invoices […]

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Shasta Ventures is doubling down on safety startups with three new hires – TechCrunch

October 10, 2018

Early-stage enterprise capital agency Shasta Ventures has introduced on three new faces to beef up its enterprise software program and safety portfolio amid an enormous push to “go deeper” into cybersecurity, per Shasta’s managing director Doug Pepper. Balaji Yelamanchili (above left), the previous common supervisor and government vice chairman of Symantec’s enterprise safety enterprise unit, joins […]

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Twilio’s contact heart merchandise simply obtained extra analytical with Ytica acquisition – TechCrunch

September 11, 2018

Twilio, an organization greatest identified for supplying a communications APIs for builders has a product known as Twilio Flex for constructing subtle customer support purposes on high of Twilio’s APIs. At this time, it introduced it was buying Ytica (pronounced Why-tica) to offer an operational and analytical layer on high of the customer support resolution. […]

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OpenStack’s newest launch focuses on naked steel clouds and simpler upgrades – TechCrunch

August 30, 2018

The OpenStack Basis at this time launched the 18th model of its namesake open-source cloud infrastructure software program. The challenge has had its ups and downs, however it stays the de facto normal for operating and managing giant non-public clouds. What’s been fascinating to look at through the years is how the challenge’s releases have mirrored what’s […]

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