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This Bay Area tech unicorn prices IPO far above its initial range

Medallia priced its IPO Thursday at $21 per share — $3 higher than the top of its range — giving the unicorn a valuation of nearly $3.5 billion. The San Francisco-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) company is one of nine newly minted tech initial pu...

D.C.-based FiscalNote lands a deal in South Korea

Rapidly growing D.C.-based government regulatory intelligence company FiscalNote Inc. is expanding its client base in Asia. The 6-year-old business, which provides analysis of regulatory reports and legislation, has several platforms for advocacy prod...

WSU Foundation announces new board, new board members

Debbie Haynes will serve as the WSU Foundation's new board chairman. Haynes is a retired Wichita family practice physician who served as chair of Preferred Medical Associates, director of Via Christi Regional Medical Center and was honored in the Wic...

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1707, 2019

First look at D.C.’s proposed new Banneker Academic High School

July 17th, 2019|Comments Off on First look at D.C.’s proposed new Banneker Academic High School

The District’s early plans for a new Banneker Academic High School will have their first review by the federal Commission on Fine Arts on Thursday. The D.C. Council in late May voted, after weeks of wrangling, to move Banneker from its existing home o...

1707, 2019

Medaille, South Buffalo Development team for $9 million athletic complex expansion

July 17th, 2019|Comments Off on Medaille, South Buffalo Development team for $9 million athletic complex expansion

The success of Medaille College’s sports fields at the Buffalo Color Park is prompting the college and the developer, South Buffalo Development, to jointly plan a second phase of athletic facilities along the Elk Street property. Plans call for the $9...

2107, 2019

5 good reads: Catch up with the new top execs

July 21st, 2019|Comments Off on 5 good reads: Catch up with the new top execs

Imagine coming back from a week laying on the beach or traveling with the family and arriving back to work to find a new boss. That’s not a completely unusual situation, if this past week’s news is an indication. In this week’s “5 good reads,” we’ll r...

2107, 2019

Amazon, Microsoft back higher education tax in Washington

July 21st, 2019|Comments Off on Amazon, Microsoft back higher education tax in Washington

The law passed in May and will generate roughly $1 billion for education through a tax that many prominent businesses supported.

2007, 2019

What Phoenix marketers should know about location advertising

July 20th, 2019|Comments Off on What Phoenix marketers should know about location advertising

Location advertising is exactly what you think it is – targeting people based on their geographic location. While the term itself is relatively straight forward, there are a few things Phoenix marketers should be aware of when it comes to effective l...

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5 good reads: Catch up with the new top execs

July 21st, 2019|

Imagine coming back from a week laying on the beach or traveling with the family and arriving back to work to find a new boss. That’s not a completely unusual situation, if this past week’s news is an indication. In this week’s “5 good reads,” we’ll r...

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Your Blockchain close encounter of the first kind

This is the third article in a series about Blockchain technology and its implications. The first was an introduction, and the second was how Blockchain works and its role in creating digital trust. This article is about your likely first contact.    ...

By | July 20th, 2019|Categories: Technology|

CFO’s role continues to evolve

As this year’s CFO of the Year honorees illustrate, a company’s top financial leader is often tasked with making hard decisions to ensure business growth and sustainability. It’s a daunting challenge that takes a delicate balance of nuts-and-bolts acco...

By | July 19th, 2019|Categories: Economics|