Tim Cook confirms: Apple spending $100 million to build new Macs in Texas
Tim Cook confirms: Apple spending $100 million to build new Macs in Texas
                                       

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Walt Mossberg: Will there be an Apple product ever made again in the United States? Tim Cook: I want there to be. Walt: You what? Tim: I want there to be. Walt: You want there to be. – Apple CEO Tim Cook and Walt Mossberg at D10, May 2012...
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Rocket-backed online fashion store ZALORA goes full throttle, raises $100 million round

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Holy monster funding round. ZALORA, the South-East Asian online beauty and fashion store started in 2012 by the Germany-based startup accelerator Rocket Internet, has raised $100 million (not a typo) from regular Rocket co-investors Summit Partners, Kinnevik, along with Verlinvest and Tengelmann Group. The rounds marks one of the largest...
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Transforming takeout: Madrona's Brian McAndrews named chairman of merged GrubHub and Seamless

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McAndrews Brian McAndrews, the former aQuantive CEO who now serves as a venture partner at Seattle’s Madrona Venture Group, is already playing a role in the transformation of the news business (as a board member at The New York Times) and of the mobile broadband business (as a board member...
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