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Everytable tests variable pricing model for healthy food in Los Angeles

Everytable made a splash when it promised to charge less for the same nutritious meals in poor neighborhoods than in wealthier ones. Nine months after launching its first grab-and-go health food storefront in lower-income South Los Angeles, Everytable is opening three locations this month, in Baldwin Hills, downtown LA and Santa Monica. A central kitchen supplies

Get My Parking raises $1.1 million to ease traffic in India

Get My Parking has raised $1.1 million to ease traffic in India. Get My Parking, based in New Delhi, works with governments and companies to digitize parking spaces and then connects drivers to open spots, easing traffic caused by cars circling for parking. The year-and-a-half old startup raised more than a million dollars from Indian Angel Network,

Yume raises $2 million to reduce food waste in Australia

Yume has raised $2 million to reduce food waste in Australia. Yume’s online portal, which sells “surplus food” by connecting suppliers to buyers, has transacted A$400,000 since launching last year. The startup’s A$2.6 million ($2 million) financing included Impact Generation Partners and the Vincent Fairfax, Myer and English family foundations. “Surplus food is not necessarily close

Steve Case wants to revolution-ize entrepreneurship in middle America

To reimagine agriculture, go where the farmers are. According to AOL founder Steve Case, many of the answers to how we eat, get around, consume energy and water and stay healthy will be found in the middle of the country. Case’s investment firm, Revolution LLC, has invested $840 million between the coasts and far from Silicon Valley. “Nearly

How the Northwest Area Foundation creates good rural jobs

Northwest Area Foundation has insight on how to create good rural jobs. The St. Paul, Minnesota philanthropy has invested in 20 companies that have created 1,700 well-paid jobs, with above average benefits, in Idaho, Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota and Washington. According to a new report from Pacific Community Ventures, about half of

The Holberton School raises $2.3 million to train techies

The Holberton School raised $2.3 million to train more techies. The two-year old San Francisco school helps meet demand for software engineers and programmers by training adult student for careers in tech. Holberton raised new funds from Paris venture capital firm Daphni, Reach Capital and Jerry Murdock, co-founder of Insight Venture Partners. At Holberton tuition is free