Digital River Has A New CEO

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“MINNEAPOLIS, July 10, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Digital River, Inc., a leading global provider of Commerce-as-a-Service solutions, announced today that its board of directors has named Adam Coyle, a leader with over 25 years of experience in the technology industry, as chief executive officer, effective immediately. Mr. Coyle succeeds David Dobson, who will transition from his role as chief executive officer to serve as vice chairman of Digital River’s board of directors.”

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U.S. Bank In Global KYC Trial With Investee R3 On Corda Blockchain

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“June 28, 2018 (New York/London/Singapore) – Enterprise blockchain software firm, R3, today announced that its partners have completed over 300 transactions on a Know Your Customer (KYC) application built on the Corda blockchain platform during a four-day collaborative trial.”

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Q&A With Jim Simpson, CEO Of Newly Rebranded CRE Fintech Startup Dealboard

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Weeks ago, Crelow changed it’s name to Dealboard as a reflection of their evolving business model serving the commercial real estate industry.

With ~$3.5m in backing and a big as in billion dollar market ahead of them, we connected with cofounder and CEO Jim Simpson to catch up on where things are at in the evolution of things.

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Minnesota Fintech Startup Crelow Rebrands As DealBoard

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“MINNEAPOLIS and DALLAS (June 5, 2018) — Crelow, the commercial real estate software company that pioneered the use of technology to match commercial tenants and landlords in six markets across the U.S., relaunched today as DealBoard.org.

The new company uses proprietary technology to match tenant space needs with available properties with the help of brokers who use the system to exchange information.”

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Local Startup Kaleidoscope Creates Scholarship Platform For Students And Brands

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By Anne Field , Forbes Contributor

“Struggling to make ends meet after his father was diagnosed with ALS, Greg Dehn’s family couldn’t afford to pay for his college tuition. So he applied to over 100 scholarship programs, eventually landing eight different ones that allowed him to attend and graduate from Colorado College in 1998. He later got an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

Last year, Dehn started a company to return the favor. Called Kaleidoscope Group, the Minneapolis-based startup has a platform on which students can find and apply for private scholarships offered by companies and other organizations.”

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