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JAN 27, 2015 - TechCrunch

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Food Delivery Service Ele.me Raises $350M From Tencent, Sequoia Capital

 Ele.me, a food delivery service based in Shanghai, announced this afternoon (link via Google Translate) that it has raised $350 million in Series E funding from CITIC, Tencent, JD.com, Dianping.com, and Sequoia China. The investment is notable because Tencent, e-commerce company JD.com, and restaurant review site Dianping.com are closely aligned. Read More

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JAN 22, 2015 - TechCrunch

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Organic Food Delivery Service Good Eggs Lays Off 15% Of Staff

 The organic food delivery startup Good Eggs, backed by roughly $30 million from Sequoia Capital and Index Ventures according to CrunchBase, confirms to us that it laid off 15% of its workforce yesterday, as a part of its plans to restructure the operations side of its business. The move came shortly after the San Francisco-based startup brought on former Netflix exec Andy ...

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JAN 22, 2015 - Business Insider

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A Stanford Grad Got $2.1 Million To Make A More Elite Tinder — Here's What It Takes To Join

Amanda Bradford doesn't think her dating app, The League, is elitist. She prefers the word "curated," the same way Ivy League schools and top employers select only the best candidates. The League, which just raised a $2.1 million seed round, is operating with 4,500 beta users in San Francisco. The goal is to make a more selective Tinder that's only ...

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JAN 22, 2015 - Business Insider

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A Stanford Grad Got $2.1 Million To Make A More Elite Tinder — Here's What It Takes To Join Her Highly-Selective Dating App

Amanda Bradford doesn't think her dating app, The League, is elitist. She prefers the word "curated," the same way Ivy-league schools and top employers select only the best candidates. The League, which just raised a $2.1 million seed round, is operating with 4,500 beta users in San Francisco. The goal is to make a more selective Tinder that's only for ...

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JAN 20, 2015 - Business Insider

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Social Trends Adtech Startup Taykey Raises $15 Million Funding Round

New York-based social trends-based adtech startup Taykey announced Tuesday it had raised a $15 million funding round, bringing its total funding to date up to $32 million. The latest investment comes from Eric Schmidt's venture arm Innovation Endeavors (which is also an investor in Business Insider,) and from current Taykey investors including Tenaya Capital, Marker LLC, Sequoia Capital and SoftBank ...

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