DailyDose: Y Combinator interviews start tomorrow, startups will get less cash, more connections
Tech news roundup from around the world: HP hit with civil securities lawsuit over Autonomy deal. Y Combinator startups to get less cash, more connections in strategic shift. Twitter CEO Dick Costolo says Users Can Download Their Entire Archive By Year-End and more.
Amazon Raises $3 Billion in First Bond Offering in Decade: To buy headquarters in Seattle.
Y Combinator Interviews Start Tomorrow: Make Sure You Know YC Partners.
Y Combinator startups to get less cash, more connections in strategic shift: The incubator is taking control of the VC investments made in each of its startup classes, and adding more facetime with local investors.
HP hit with civil securities lawsuit over Autonomy deal: an investor who claimed the company knew statements about its Autonomy acquisition were misleading and led the stock to fall is suing the company.
Greycroft closes $175 million third fund: The company had invested in Huffington Post, Buddy Media and others.
GM takes cue from Apple to address in-vehicle tech glitches: General Motors Co is rolling out its own version of Apple’s Genius Bar.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo says Users Can Download Their Entire Archive By Year-End; Now Sees 1B Tweets Every 2.5 Days
PRWeb finally takes down fake Google press release: The Google acquisition that was not.