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Newly launched corporate advisory practice Cube Capital wants to capitalise on the boom in technology and healthcare stocks and take them public.
According to a report from The Forum Corporation, employees / contractors aren’t as engaged in their work as they should be; in turn, employees aren’t holding themselves accountable to complete work to the best of their ability.
With north of 100 million monthly users, Twitch is one of the biggest livestreaming portals in the world, and is perhaps best known for people broadcasting themselves playing video games to the global masses. [Source: VentureBeat]
Startup Weekend Australia has announced its first sector-specific event, with a fintech Startup Weekend set to take place on March 27 – 29 at Melbourne’s York Butter Factor coworking space.
While many startup watchers may assume that the online freelancer platform market has been all sewn up by the likes of Elance oDesk and Freelancer, that hasn’t stopped the launch of new offerings all promising something different. Speedlancer, launched last year, works on a four hour turnaround. New venture GetSerio is another looking to shake up the market by, well, asking users to get serious about their work.
Equitise, an equity crowdfunding startup that was founded in Australia and part of the first Australasian Wealth Investment Limited’s (AWI) Ventures Program intake announced this morning that it had acquired New Zealand based startup Rabble for an undisclosed sum.
As apps like Menulog make it easier than ever for consumers to order and have food delivered to their door, it’s never been more important for restaurants to have a full roster of drivers. However, many are still getting caught out when drivers call in sick or cancel shifts. Steve Fanale and Johnny Timbs founded Yello, a food delivery management platform, after encountering the problem themselves.
It’s Friday again, which means it’s time to catch up on all the mergers and acquisitions news. Here’s what went on this week: