Perfect Day Expands Series C To $300M Led By Cpp Investments After Breakthroughs In Animal-free Dairy Production Capabilities
Perfect Day Expands Series C to $300 Million Led by CPP Investments After Breakthroughs in Animal-Free Dairy Production Capabilities Food Tech Leader Proves Strong Positioning and Supply for Sustainable Animal-Free Dairy Products Amid Global Food Supply Challenges Exposed by COVID-19 BERKELEY, Calif. & TORONTO, July 8, 2020-- Today, pioneering animal-free dairy maker, Perfect Day, announced the expansion of its Series C to $300 million through a new tranche led by Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPP Investments).
Palantir, the secretive big-data startup which sells technology to corporations, governments, law enforcement and spy agencies, filed confidential paperwork to go public. With a $20 billion valuation as a private company, should its IPO be successful, this could be the biggest Silicon Valley IPO in years. The paperwork revealing who its biggest share owners are is not yet public. But here are the founders, longest-term executives and board members who stand to gain handsomely should the company please public-market investors. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.
Univ. Of Washington Will Move 80% Of Classes Online This Fall Amid Looming Threats From Covid And Ice
The University of Washington's leaders -- and their colleagues across the country -- are walking a tightrope as they plan for the fall term amid rising coronavirus cases and controversial new rules for international students introduced by the federal government this week. The UW is located in the first known coronavirus hotspot in the U.S. and was the nation's first major university to shut down in response to the pandemic. In the months that followed, UW President Ana Mari Cauce has repeatedly said the university plans to welcome students back to campus in the fall.
Tenants and their supporters from across Los Angeles gather at city hall on April 30 to call on Mayor Eric Garcetti, the LA City Council, and California Gov. Gavin Newsom to cancel rent and mortgage payments during the Covid-19 crisis. | Luis Sinco/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images "The United States is facing an eviction crisis of biblical proportions." America's health crisis began just as Joaquin H. was recovering from his own. He got sick, suddenly, at the end of January. He spent most of February in and out of the hospital, major surgery along the way.
The portfolio spans 1,120 apartment units across South Carolina, where investor demand is holding up well in migration markets. : Southwood Realty, a property management firm focused on the U.S. Southeast, has acquired a four-property, 1,120-unit apartment portfolio in South Carolina for $146 million. Ardmore Residential sold the recently built, Class A communities in a deal arranged by Capstone Apartment Partners, with Austin Green and Caleb Troop leading the transaction team for the sale. Built from 2012 to 2018, the properties all had existing loans in place that were assumed by the buyer.
Defeats at three projects reflect increasingly sophisticated legal challenges, shifting economics and growing demands by states to fight climate change.
Inside Caltech's 'Investment Office' During A Global Pandemic | Scott Richland, Chief Investment Officer | Q&A
Scott Richland has served as chief investment officer of the California Institute of Technology's (Caltech) investment office since September 2010. In this interview, he discusses the many things that separate Caltech from its research-centric peers; his biggest task when joining Caltech to his current focus on navigating the investment office through a global pandemic; and how having a tenured team has benefited them greatly.
The fund, which had a target of $150m, has already completed two investments. The post PH-focused PE firm Navegar closes second fund at $197m, exceeds target appeared first on DealStreetAsia.
Caltech's revered Robert Millikan favored forced sterilization. Can the university come to grips with its past? : To the ever lengthening list of institutions facing a reckoning with their racist pasts, add the California Institute of Technology. A petition calling for the removal of the name of Robert A. Millikan from buildings, programs and open spaces on the Pasadena campus has gathered 862 signatures since June 28, according to its originator, Michael Chwe, who received his bachelor's degree in economics from Caltech in 1985 and is now a professor of political science at UCLA.