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Stealthy Convergent.io gets $10M for software defined storage

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Convergent.io has raised a $10 million Series A round from Andreessen Horowitz. The startup, which was founded in October last year, has a team of storage and virtualization experts, and plans to build a product that will help customers better use their existing storage resources in virtualized environments. Ramana Jonnala,...
Stealthy Convergent.io gets $10M for software defined storage

Amazon taking control of in-app purchases in the Amazon Appstore

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Amazon is finally taking control of in-app purchases in its Amazon Appstore for Android. According to a report from Bloomberg, the online retailer is currently testing its own in-app payment system. The new system will support both one-time transactions and subscriptions. Amazon’s commission will be 30 percent, the same...
Amazon taking control of in-app purchases in the Amazon Appstore

Dwolla Raises $16M from Andreessen Horowitz, Will Be Expanding to San Francisco

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Dwolla founder Ben Milne. (Photo: Twitter) Dwolla*, the Des Moines-based payment platform that has a strong presence in NYC, announced today that it has received a $16.5 million Series C investment lead by venture capital behemoth Andreessen Horowitz, with contributions from NYC firms Thrive Capital* and Union Square Ventures. The fresh funding will...
Dwolla Raises $16M from Andreessen Horowitz, Will Be Expanding to San Francisco

Dwolla FiSync’s First Banking Customer Goes Live, Eliminates ACH Delays With Real-Time Bank Transfers

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A major milestone for disruptive mobile payments platform Dwolla: the company has just switched on FiSync, its real-time money transfer system which aims to replace the outdated – and much slower – ACH process. ACH, or Automated Clearing House, is the traditional means for making electronic payments here in the United...
Dwolla FiSync’s First Banking Customer Goes Live, Eliminates ACH Delays With Real-Time Bank Transfers

Wall Street Loves Workday, But Doesn't Understand Subscription Businesses

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Workday had a monster IPO last month, pricing well above the top of its range and closing its first day with a pop of nearly 75 percent, and Wall Street seemed to respond well to the company’s first quarterly earnings report on Wednesday. Founders Dave Duffield and Aneel Bhusri have...
Wall Street Loves Workday, But Doesn't Understand Subscription Businesses
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