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3 Big EdTech Deals Of The Week (May 28, 2020)

Top Hat, the leading active learning platform for higher education, announced it is acquiring more than 400 higher education textbook titles published by Nelson, Canada’s largest educational Read more

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US Housing Starts Decline to Lowest Level Since Early 2021
August 16, 2022
(Bloomberg) -- New US home construction fell in July by more than forecast to the slowest pace since early last year as builders adjusted to a pullback in demand and a pickup in inventory. Residential starts Read more
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CHIPS Act Will Bring A Wave of R&D to Semiconductor Manufacturing
August 16, 2022
The U.S.’ tech supply chain is getting a strategic helping hand from Congress, as the CHIPS ACT (Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors) has passed both the House and Senate, 243-187 and Read more
UMF Corporation Introduces Sticky Particle Roller for Hospitality
August 15, 2022
Northbrook, Ill. – Aug. 10, 2022 – UMF Corporation today introduced the PerfectCLEAN Sticky Particle Roller, which helps ensure every surface in the hotel guest room is spotless. The Sticky Particle Read more
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3 Big EdTech Deals Of The Week (May 28, 2020)
May 29, 2020
Top Hat, the leading active learning platform for higher education, announced it is acquiring more than 400 higher education textbook titles published by Nelson, Canada’s largest educational Read more
Big Deals For Edtech This Week (May 15)
May 15, 2020
As the pandemic lockdowns continue, the prospects for physical summer camps are grim and fall back-to-school re-openings murky. To compensate, curriculum providers and online schools are Read more
Money for Edtech Investment Keeps Flowing Through Pandemic
May 4, 2020
While the realities of daily life continue in surreal quarantine for most of us, the business of edtech financing still seems to continue apace from the offices of investors around the Read more
3 Big Edtech Deals This Week
May 1, 2020
While much of the world has ground to a halt, schools and universities have gone into overdrive in order to sustain this massive transition to remote learning with the edtech industry racing to Read more