Startups & VC: Dump trucks on demand startup finds traction; C-suite hire at Catalant

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February 22, 2017

Need a dump truck? This Tewksbury startup can help grease the wheels

Tewksbury-based TruckTap takes advantage of smartphone technology to connect independent industrial dump truck owners with construction companies that need to haul around materials.


Mark Cuban-backed Catalant snags InsightSquared co-founder

The startup raised $22 million in June 2016 and has brought on a number of high-level executives in the past several months.


Quincy startup Veridium brings bioauthentication to large enterprises

Veridium’s tech lets employees sign into corporate systems with a few simple photos of their fingers, eliminating the annoyance (and heavy cost) of the current password-reset rigmarole.


Boston edtech startup acquired by CampusLogic

Gilbert-based CampusLogic has acquired Boston-based Cegment to form the only end-to-end student financial aid engagement platform designed to increase accessibility to education, reduce student borrowing, and drive down the cost of financial aid administration.


National Startups & VC News

Silicon Valley bank sticks to startup focus following Western Alliance merger

San Antonio vending machine startup nets $3M more of investor capital

Uber investor Jay Z wants to start his own VC firm


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