New Hampshire-based DataGravity has raised $12 million from Charles River Ventures and General Catalyst partners. The company was founded by EqualLogic, which was purchased by Dell, alumni and works with big data management.
“Airbnb plans to hand over the names and addresses of 124 hosts on its service to the New York attorney general, the company said in a blog post Friday.
The apartment-rental site agreed in May to provide Attorney General Eric Schneiderman with anonymous information on about 16,000 hosts in the city as well as the names and contact information of individual users the regulator chooses to investigate for possible enforcement action” – Wall Street Journal
“Todd Park is planning to step down as U.S. Chief Technology Officer by year-end, Fortune has learned from sources familiar with the situation. He is expected to take on a new role as part of a White House team working in Silicon Valley, where he is relocating with his family. Among Park’s responsibilities will be to recruit tech talent into government roles.” – Fortune
‘With his project, Deadline, Steacy hopes to offer an honest look at the inner-workings of a newsroom and to “shed light onto a complex story that so often is misunderstood as the ‘death of newspapers.'”‘ – Esquire
“P3nyheter want to present news to young people where they are,” he wrote. “It is a challenge for news broadcasters today to reach young people, and we think social media is a good place to introduce news stories to them.” – Nieman Lab