Sustainability-focused delivery service The Rounds, which delivers private-label and local home and food products direct to users’ doors, is ready to test its model in a new kind of city.
Rightsholder.io is the first product of Music Tech Works, and is a copyright research platform with a database of over 60 million songs that gives clear publishing and master recording ownership information.
As a volunteer for Hurricane Sandy victims, Georgia Tech student Wesley Pergament saw the vulnerability of homeowners amid natural disasters. But as a software engineer for insurance technology startup Dorothy, he also noticed a gap in insurance protection.
The Pacific Northwest is the latest target for this developer with a heavy footprint in Atlanta’s tech district.
Atlanta-based startups received at least $65 million during April of this year, a substantial drop-off from other monthly reports. That number is based on formD filings and reporting by Atlanta Inno.
The Santa Clara, California-headquartered company plans to hire over 100 jobs averaging salaries over $100,000 for a division focused on software innovation, the company announced yesterday. Intel plans on adding 500 jobs by 2024, according to an email sent to a potential hire obtained by Atlanta Business Chronicle.
Local investment firm Circadian Ventures has lured a Silicon Valley startup to relocate its headquarters to Atlanta, a signal of the city’s growth as a nationally recognized technology hub.
After a decade of working in engineering and digital art, Jordan Stevens noticed a problem that plagued almost everyone — file management.