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10 Leading Startups From Norway

Norway’s tech scene may not be quite as impressive as some of the other Nordic countries, but that is changing fast. The country has a strong tech heritage and a growing list of high-profile exits to its name from the likes of Playfish (bought by EA), Kelkoo (bought by Yahoo!) and Siri (now part of Apple), with Google, Cisco and Microsoft also snapping up talent in the region over the past few years. At A Glance > Norwegian companies raised more than USD5m in the first half of 2016. ...

Read More23 Sep 16
FreedomPop Scores USD50m For Internet, Phone Service

FreedomPop, a California-based wireless internet and mobile phone service provider, has scored USD50m in funding from LetterOne. FreedomPop will use the money to accelerate international expansion.

Read More31 Aug 16
Dice Grabs USD6m For Mobile Ticketing

Dice, a UK-based mobile ticketing startup, has grabbed USD6m in Series A funding led by Evolution Equity Partners, with participation from Lumia Capital, White Star Capital, Designer Fund, Kima Ventures, and angel investors. Dice plans to use the money to continue to hire new people and expand operations.

Read More29 Aug 16

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