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For Oracle’s updated Autonomous Data Warehouse, no SQL needed

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With drag-and-drop UIs and AutoML capabilities, the simplified data warehousing tool is designed to be accessible to data analysts and business users.

Informatica hopes to unclog your data pipelines with help from Nvidia in accelerating Spark-based ML operations

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Any significant improvement in processing times will be a boon to productivity, say analysts Informatica has announced a serverless, Spark-based data integration engine intended to accelerate data engineering for machine learning in the cloud using Nvidia GPU processors.…

Norrsken Foundation is closing on an oversubscribed impact venture fund at 125 million euros

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About four years ago, social impact organization Norrsken Foundation launched a small program investing around EUR30 million in capital it had received from its wealthy patron, Klarna co-founder Niklas Adalberth. Now, that initiative has become its own impact investment firm, Norrsken VC and, according to people familiar with the firm, is about to close on its first independent investment vehicle — a 125 million euro fund focused on investing in startups that are, as its website suggests, “solving the world’s biggest problems” Norrsken VC did not respond for a request for comment about the firm’s fundraising plans.

Socure raises $100M at $1.3B valuation, proving identity verification is hotter than ever

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The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated digital adoption in a way that no one could have ever anticipated, and as more people conduct more services online and via mobile devices, businesses have had to work even harder to validate users and security. One company working to serve that need, Socure – which uses AI and machine learning to verify identities – announced Tuesday that it has raised $100 million in a Series D funding round at a $1.3 billion valuation.

Appfire, provider of Atlassian apps, raises $100M to continue its buying spree

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Appfire, a Boston-based provider of software development apps, announced Tuesday that it has received a $100 million investment from growth private equity firm TA Associates. Founded in 2005, Appfire was bootstrapped until it got $49 million from Silversmith Capital Partners last May. Since that time, Appfire has acquired six companies in the Atlassian “ecosystem,” including Botron, Beecom, Innovalog, Navarambh, Artemis and Bolo.

Noogata raises $12M seed round for its no-code enterprise AI platform

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Noogata, a startup that offers a no-code AI solution for enterprises, today announced that it has raised a $12 million seed round led by Team8, with participation from Skylake Capital. The company, which was founded in 2019 and counts Colgate and PepsiCo among its customers, currently focuses on e-commerce, retail and financial services, but it notes that it will use the new funding to power its product development and expand into new industries.

A new wave of institutional interest has boosted bitcoin. Here are the key players getting involved, from Morgan Stanley to Tesla.

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Tesla and its boss Elon Musk have been key drivers of bitcoin-mania NurPhoto/Getty Images Bitcoin hit a record high of close to $62,00 on Saturday as interest in the currency continued to soar.A diverse group of firms are now moving into cryptocurrencies, from Morgan Stanley to Tesla.Analysts say institutional interest is driving prices higher and adding legitimacy to crypto assets.Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell.Bitcoin jumped to a record high of close to $62,000 on Saturday, with many analysts pointing to a new wave of institutional interest as the driver.The bitcoin price then tumbled around 10% in the following days but picked up again, trading at around $58,000 on Thursday.Morgan Stanley became the latest major player to make a serious move into crypto, with CNBC reporting on Wednesday that it is set to offer its wealth management clients access to bitcoin funds.Skeptics argue that bitcoin is too volatile for investors to start buying in any meaningful quantities and has next to no use value, putting it in line for another collapse.But a rising number of firms are testing the crypto-waters.

Does Atlantic Canada have a blueprint for rural revival in the post-pandemic era?

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Matthew Carpenter-Arévalo Contributor Share on Twitter Matthew Carpenter-Arévalo is a former Google and Twitter manager and current CEO of Céntrico Digital, a Latin American-based digital agency. More posts by this contributor In Latin America, the business of trolling threatens Twitter’s disruptive power Can Bitcoin find its practical use case as a currency in Latin America? When Mike Morrison left his hometown of Fredericton, New Brunswick, for Calgary, Alberta, he assumed he’d never go back except to visit.

Data-Driven LinkedIn Marketing Tips to Try In 2021

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Data analytics is becoming increasingly important in marketing for many businesses. Companies are using big data to better understand their target customers and optimize their strategies accordingly. One of the ways that big data is coming into play is with LinkedIn marketing. A growing number of companies are using data analytics to streamline the delivery of their LinkedIn ads and optimize their organic LinkedIn marketing strategies.

Short bets against GameStop are the lowest they’ve been in 2021 as the stock finds renewed life

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Pete Davidson as a customer and Alex Moffat as a GameStop employee during the "New Video Game" sketch on Saturday, April 6, 2019. Ava Williams/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images GameStop short interest fell to just 18% of its float on Friday, the lowest level seen so far in 2021. At its peak on January 4, short interest in the video game retailer was 141.8%.
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