David Tisch, Brad Feld, Gary Vaynerchuk & Others Put $1 Million Into Vengo, The Mini Vending Machines From TaxiTreats Maker
David Tisch, Brad Feld, Gary Vaynerchuk & Others Put $1 Million Into Vengo, The Mini Vending Machines From TaxiTreats Maker
                                       

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Good morning! Here is the news of the day. The iPhone 6, with a 4.8-inch screen is coming in June of 2014. Apple fires back in its lawsuit with shareholder David Einhorn saying that all he wants to do is take away the rights of common shareholders. The New York...
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New "FiberHouse" in Kansas City invites startups for a year, rent-free

A FiberHouse in Kansas City

parislemon.com
A FiberHouse in Kansas City: Brad Feld: I bought a house in Kansas City on Monday. It's next door to the Homes for Hackers and KC Startup Village. It will have Google Fiber in it. I hope it becomes an integral part of the nation's first Google Fiberhood. I'm not...
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The Real World: Google Fiber

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Hot tub hackathon? Good things come to those areas blessed with Google Fiber, and so it is with Kansas City. Last summer, GOOG the Beneficent gifted the metropolitan area with its own brand of ultra high-speed Internet. Local startups have already been taking advantage of Google Fiber’s 100x speed, but there is...
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Brad Feld Is Looking For Founders To Live And Work Rent-Free In His New Kansas City 'Fiberhouse'

techcrunch.com
Brad Feld, the Boulder, Colorado-based entrepreneur and early stage investor, is well known for helping to jumpstart new tech and entrepreneurial ecosystems in areas outside of the well-trodden Silicon Valley region. The most recent place on which he’s set his sights? Kansas City. The Kansas City metropolitan area (which spans...
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TechStars cofounder Brad Feld buys a home in Kansas City, will give startups free housing & Google Fiber

Airbnb for dogs Rover.com raises $7m led by The Foundry Group, rolls out Animoto-powered video service

thenextweb.com
Digital dog-boarding service Rover.com has raised $7 million in series B led by the Foundry Group along with existing investors. The company says that it intends to use the service to launch “new initiatives and innovations”. Also included in today’s announcement, it is rolling out an Animoto-powered video service for...
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Dog sitting marketplace Rover.com laps up $7M from Foundry Group, others

www.geekwire.com
Aaron Easterly with Caramel on the GeekWire podcast Online dog sitting marketplace Rover.com just fetched $7 million in fresh funding, including new cash from Brad Feld’s Foundry Group. The money comes three months after Rover.com’s primary rival, DogVacay, scored $6 million from Benchmark and others. It also follows a $3.4...
Dog sitting marketplace Rover.com laps up $7M from Foundry Group, others

TechStars takes Chicago, merges with Excelerate Labs incubator program

gigaom.com
It’s been a big week for Boulder, Colo.-based TechStars. Just yesterday, the accelerator program said that it had chosen a new managing director for its New York City program. And on Friday, founder and CEO David Cohen announced that the company is setting up TechStars Chicago, by partnering with the local...
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