3/29: Oracle doing due diligence on Accenture?; Officials: eMoney Advisor Seeks $3.3M in RI Tax Credits, may hire up to 100 there
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Oracle doing due diligence on Accenture. Yep, you read that right (The Register)
That's a lede, if there's anything to it.
Officials: Tech Company Seeks $3.3M in State Tax Credits (AP via US News)
The state is Rhode Island, and the company is Radnor-based eMoney Advisor. It has plans to establish a software development office in Providence, hiring up to 100 people. eMoney Advisor is a unit of Boston-based Fidelity Investments.
Comcast quietly forges iPhone partnership ahead of mobile product launch (FierceCable)
BuzzFeed is preparing to go public next year (CNBC)
Will Comcast buy it first?
Meal Kit Company Blue Apron Is Heading for IPO (Reuters via Fortune)
First Round Capital was an early investor.
Amazon to Shut Quidsi Unit After Failure to Find Profits (Bloomberg)
I don't know about profits, but Quidsi was a learning experience for Amazon, particularly in lean logistics and robotics.
Suprised it took so long https://t.co/e4llF81fpR— Michael Aronson (@mbaprof) March 29, 2017
Huge nuclear cost overruns push Toshiba's Westinghouse into bankruptcy (Reuters)
Vertex integrates its tax software with SAP Hybris