Tag: companies

Twilio and Asana, both listed on NYSE, agree to list on Silicon Valley-based Long-Term Stock Exchange, the first two companies to agree to dual list on LTSE (Corrie Driebusch/Wall Street Journal)

Corrie Driebusch / Wall Street Journal: Twilio and Asana, both listed on NYSE, agree to list on Silicon Valley-based Long-Term Stock Exchange, the first two companies to agree to dual list on LTSE  —  Exchange hopes to be signal to investors of which companies have sustainable practices  —  A Silicon Valley stock exchange … Source

Tonkean, which is developing a no-code automation service for companies, raises $50M Series B, bringing its total raised to $81M (Kyle Wiggers/VentureBeat)

Kyle Wiggers / VentureBeat: Tonkean, which is developing a no-code automation service for companies, raises $50M Series B, bringing its total raised to $81M  —  Where does your enterprise stand on the AI adoption curve?  Take our AI survey to find out.  —  Tonkean, a software startup developing a no-code workflow … Source link Mark

JW Player, a video streaming and analytics service used by major companies like Viacom, raises $100M Series E from LLR Partners (Paul Sawers/VentureBeat)

Paul Sawers / VentureBeat: JW Player, a video streaming and analytics service used by major companies like Viacom, raises $100M Series E from LLR Partners  —  Where does your enterprise stand on the AI adoption curve?  Take our AI survey to find out.  —  JW Player, a video streaming and analytics platform … Source link

Stack Overflow launches Collectives, branded communities where companies can organize discussions around broad topics and interact directly with developers (Paul Sawers/VentureBeat)

Paul Sawers / VentureBeat: Stack Overflow launches Collectives, branded communities where companies can organize discussions around broad topics and interact directly with developers  —  Where does your enterprise stand on the AI adoption curve?  Take our AI survey to find out.  —  Developer-focused Q … Source link Mark KleinmanMark Kleinman is city editor, breaking major

Israeli startup Mitiga, which helps companies manage cloud security, raises $25M Series A led by ClearSky Security, Atlantic Bridge, and DNX (Carly Page/TechCrunch)

Carly Page / TechCrunch: Israeli startup Mitiga, which helps companies manage cloud security, raises $25M Series A led by ClearSky Security, Atlantic Bridge, and DNX  —  Israeli cloud security startup Mitiga has raised $25 million in a Series A round of funding as it moves to “completely change” the traditional incident response market. Source link