"At this point I am going to ask you to resume your deliberations. I am unable to record the verdict, i will speak to the lawyers outside of your presence and very possibly ask you to come back in, but in the meantime you must talk amonst yourself about Ms. Pao's fourth claim." A final -- or maybe not final -- twist in the Ellen Pao vs Kleiner trial. The judge in the case has just sent the jury back out as they apparently have not been able to come to a decision on Pao's fourth claim -- did conversations in 2011 and/or a 2012 memo or the filing of this lawsuit give Kleiner their motive for terminating Pao's employment.
Many cybersecurity companies are racing to create the most innovative technology to track, watch, and hopefully prevent cyber attacks. A recently launched company, however, is taking more of an old school approach to protecting data and ensuring the safety of computer networks.
Even while Techstars is often overshadowed by the sheer number of monster seed rounds and quickly successful startups that come out of the 500 Startups and Y Combinator accelerators, it would be hard to argue that the Boulder-based program hasn’t produced its own share of winners, albeit with much less funding.
With Draft Kings and FanDuel chasing unicorn status, upstart Draft raises $3.5M to bring fantasy to the masses
Industry leaders FanDuel and Draft Kings are currently engaged in a daily fantasy sports arms race that rivals that of their respective hometown baseball teams. While New York-based FanDuel and Boston’s Draft Kings don’t get to battle in the sports arena like the Yankees and Red Sox, they have been trying to outdo the other through acquisitions, skyrocketing investment funding numbers, and the amount of prize money offered to users for the better part of two years.