During a crucial moment in the pivotal Game 3 of the NBA Finals, an immaculately dressed man is furiously pacing in the bowels of Oracle Arena checking his smartphone.
He’s usually too nervous to watch the game courtside or up in a suite. After all, it was his calculated high-risk, high-reward moves that got the Raptors here in the first place. Eleven months ago Masai Ujiri, Toronto Raptors president of basketball operations, stunningly traded away his best player, and then shockingly fired his head coach, who ironically was named the league’s coach of the year....
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Zilingo has recently raised a US$226 million Series D funding round Fashion e-commerce platform Zilingo today announced the appointment of James Perry as its first CFO. Perry is a former Managing Director and Head of Technology Investment Banking for Asia Pacific at Citigroup with over 20 years of experience in corporate finance. According to a […]
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The QueQ app enables customers to queue for their spot in a dining or retail outlet with the touch of a button QueQ, a Thailand-based virtual queuing system provider, has secured US$2.8 million in Series A round of funding from local startup investor True Incube and South Korea’s Bon Angels Venture Partner. Additionally, QueQ has […]
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Grammarly, the popular grammar and spellcheck tool, is launching a major update to its browser extensions, web app and native desktop apps today. In its early days, Grammarly was all about the mechanics of writing correctly. With this update, the tool will go well beyond finding standard spelling, punctuation and grammar errors and add a […]