Founded in Toronto, Canada, by Kyle Wiggers, Ten Coves Capital is a venture capital firm focused on investing in tech startups with an emphasis on mobile, consumer technologies and the Internet of Things (IoT). It has raised more than 73 million dollars in venture funding to date and plans to raise an additional $73 million in an initial round of financing this spring. It is not known what the terms of the round will be, but the company says it will invest in a variety of tech companies. It will also use the money to expand the team.
TealBook raises $50m series b led by ten coves capital
Using advanced artificial intelligence and supplier data, TealBook delivers increased accuracy, simplicity and agility to the procurement and e-procurement industries. With 600 million data attributes, a comprehensive knowledge base, and a suite of analytics and tools, TealBook empowers buyers and suppliers to work together. Its online platform features a rich, user-friendly interface and gives teams the tools to identify qualified suppliers for each specific need.
With TealBook’s advanced AI, a comprehensive knowledge base, and an engaging platform interface, procurement and e-procurement teams can collaborate on supplier information, and innovate on performance and spending. By integrating with existing ERP solutions and e-procurement platforms, companies can save money and reduce their recurring services.
With an expansive, unbiased knowledge base, suppliers and their products and services are more easily discovered. Teams can view and compare supplier descriptions, performance metrics, outreach capabilities and ethical practices. By collaborating on supplier data, teams can instantly find the right supplier for each specific need.
FactSet’s Cobalt Portfolio Monitoring platform
Among the portfolio monitoring industry, Cobalt ranks atop the food chain. Its next-generation product line includes a slew of solutions that span the gamut, from data collection to reporting and analytics to on-demand business intelligence. The company’s latest offering, the aptly dubbed Cobalt IQ, represents the culmination of years of effort, including the acquisition of a small startup in the heart of Silicon Valley. Powered by a combination of veteran investment and software engineers and an army of highly skilled support staff, the firm is on a path to becoming the most trusted partner in the private capital space. Its offices are in Darien, Connecticut, and New York City. Its portfolio of approximately one hundred companies includes many high-profile venture capital firms, as well as many boutiques and family offices. Its clients are in the business of providing equity capital and financial services to the next generation of companies, individuals and families.
William S. Burroughs was an adventure writer and sculptor
During his life, William S. Burroughs wrote and painted works that alternated between cosmic and quotidian scenes, as well as a variety of other artistic and literary genres. He was an influential figure in the counterculture movement and was considered a “king” by young New York City youth. In his later years, Burroughs battled drug addiction and mental illness. He was also a pioneer in the avant-garde writing movement.
He was born on February 5, 1914 in St. Louis, Missouri. He graduated from Harvard University in 1936. He lived in Tangier during the ’50s. He met Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg. He married Ilse Klapper to get into the United States.
He became addicted to opiates. He started to use apomorphine to control his addiction. He was a drug addict for many years. He subsequently began to use heroin and other narcotics.