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Uber’s CEO resigns, over £368m in UK tech funding, a new $3.3bn fund and more in The Week in Tech
posted on June 23, 2017

Welcome to The Week in Tech, your roundup of the week’s top tech news. This time, we have over £368m in UK tech funding, news about the resignation of Uber’s CEO, Reddit’s reported $150m funding round, a new $3.3bn investment fund and much more.

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UK-founded tech startup Blockchain secures $40m Series B
posted on June 22, 2017

Blockchain, a UK-founded software platform for digital assets, has closed a $40m (£31.6m) Series B round.

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Will.i.am reveals why he became an advisor to UK FinTech startup Atom Bank
posted on June 22, 2017

Will.i.am explained last night to a room of perspiring journalists at a sweltering London location why he decided to become an advisor to UK FinTech firm Atom Bank.

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Tech World: Uber CEO news, Amazon makes $13.7bn acquisition and more
posted on June 21, 2017

Welcome to Tech World, your quick roundup of some the top technology news stories from across the globe. This month, we have Jaguar Land Rover’s $25m investment in Lyft, news that Uber’s CEO is taking a break, Amazon’s $13.7bn acquisition of Whole Foods Market, and more. For this episode’s Hot Topic interview, we spoke with Daniel Lyons from EY about how technology is revolutionising modern transport.

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A £4.67m VC round, Uber’s CEO steps down, Verizon acquires Yahoo, and more in The Week in Tech
posted on June 16, 2017

Welcome to The Week in Tech, your roundup of the latest top tech news. This week, we have a £4.67m venture round, Uber’s CEO taking some time out following company scandals, Verizon finally completing its acquisition of Yahoo, and much more.

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Startup postmortem: Why did MatchChat, a social network for sports fans, fail?
posted on June 13, 2017

In this Startup Postmortem, James Routledge, former CEO of MatchChat, explains why his startup failed and what he learned from the experience.

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Firstminute Capital raises $60m to invest in European tech firms
posted on June 12, 2017

New seed fund Firstminute Capital has raised $60m to back early-stage European technology entrepreneurs.

Find out what UK investors and VCs make of the election results
posted on June 9, 2017

We find out what the UK investor community makes of the election news.

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Delivery Hero’s €450m IPO, Pinterest’s $150m raise, regulating the internet and more in The Week in Tech
posted on June 9, 2017

Welcome to your Week in Tech – your roundup of the week’s top tech news. This episode was hosted by Haus, a company that transforms bars and restaurants that are closed during the day into daytime coworking spaces. In this week’s roundup, we bring you UK tech investment news, Theresa May’s desire to regulate the internet, Delivery Hero’s €450m IPO and much more.

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BA has catastrophic IT failure, Uber fires lead engineer, and more in The Week in Tech
posted on June 2, 2017

Welcome to The Week in Tech. We filmed this episode from Canaletto, a residential tower in the heart of Tech City, London. In this week’s roundup, we bring you a strong lineup of UK tech investments, BA’s catastrophic IT failure, new woes for Uber and much more.

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Startup Postmortem: The reason food delivery service Hubbub failed
posted on June 1, 2017

In this Startup Postmortem, William Reeve, former co-CEO and chairman of food delivery service Hubbub, explains why the startup failed and what he learned from the experience.

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London RetailTech startup YOOBIC raises $5.3m Series A from Felix Capital
posted on May 31, 2017

RetailTech startup YOOBIC has raised a $5.3m (£4.1m) Series A from London-based VC firm Felix Capital.

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UK tech reacts to the arrival of the Fourth EU Money Laundering Directive
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Inbound investment into UK tech ‘reaches 10 year high’
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Starling Bank expands to Ireland as it eyes Europe
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FinTech startup Yoyo Wallet gets £12m to expand across Europe
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Survey: 22% of female tech founders not heard by male investors
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Your employer brand: How to be more attractive to tech professionals
posted on June 25, 2017