Fireside Ventures To Invest In 20 Start-ups In Superfoods, Fashion Segments | Business Standard News
The venture capital (VC) firm is planning to make around 18-20 investments via fund 2 in the range of $4-5 million in each portfolio company across Pre-Series A and Series A stages.
U.S. economic growth, not interest rates, is the biggest concern impacting markets, writes Mark Hulbert. : Higher interest rates are no longer investors' biggest worry. That's clear because of how the U.S. stock market reacted in the immediate wake of the better-than-expected December jobs report, released the morning of Dec. 6.
Amazon leases new office space in Hudson Yards, reports the Wall Street Journal. Smart home technology finding its place in seniors housing, according to Forbes. These are today's must reads from around the commercial real estate industry.
Tech moguls are transforming the Southern California metropolis and its luxury real estate market. : (Bloomberg) -- First came the celebrities: Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox moved to Trousdale in the early 2000s, bringing Hollywood cachet to the Beverly Hills enclave. Then the tech moguls arrived, and Trousdale is now among the most expensive in neighborhoods in the Los Angeles area -- commanding the highest price per square foot, according to Rayni Williams, who has sold about $95 million worth of property in the community in 2019.
The two year old Portland-based XR startup empowers home service pros and consumers using see-what-I-see technology and computer vision. : Frontdoor (Nasdaq: FTDR), has acquired venture backed Streem, Inc. in a cash and stock deal. Founded in 2017 by Ryan Fink (no relation), CEO, and Sean Adkinson, CTO, Streem is a Portland-based XR startup which empowers home service repair personnel and consumers to use see-what-I-see technology, to diagnose malfunctions remotely and to support repair personnel in the field, turning low-skilled workers into high skilled ones.
The offering's success is crucial to the ambitious plan by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to overhaul Saudi Arabia's economy and wean it off its reliance on oil revenue for survival.
A consortium led by Dutch pension fund APG has agreed to buy German offshore wind park Merkur in a deal valuing one of Europe's largest renewable energy projects about 2 billion euros ($2.20 billion), two sources close to the matter said.