Pointy raises $12M Series B to help bricks and mortar retailers fight Amazon

Pointy​,​ the​ ​startup​ ​that​ offers tech to help ​bricks and mortar​ ​retailers put their stock online so that it can be discovered via search engines, has picked up $12 million in new funding. The Series B round is led Polaris Partners and Vulcan Capital,

Equifax slapped with UK’s maximum penalty over 2017 data breach

Credit rating giant Equifax has been issued with the maximum possible penalty by the UK’s data protection agency for last year’s massive data breach. Albeit, the fine is only £500,

Exhibit for free in Startup Alley at Disrupt Berlin 2018

Disrupt Berlin 2018 takes place on 29-30 November, and we simply can’t wait to see you all there. We always get super stoked about Startup Alley, the Disrupt exhibition hall, where hundreds of innovative early-stage startups display the very latest tech products, platforms and services. Now,

Lime hits 11.5 million bike and scooter rides

Bike and scooter company Lime recently hit 11.5 million rides, a couple of months after it surpassed six million rides. This milestone comes just 14 months after Lime deployed its first bikes. Today, Lime is in more than 100 markets throughout the U.S. and Europe. Last December,

Liquid Telecom goes long on Africa’s startups as future clients

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Jamie Burke to explain why you should still bet on the blockchain at Disrupt Berlin

Now that your cousin doesn’t ask you questions about bitcoin anymore, is it the end of all things blockchain? Maybe it just means that it’s time to think about innovating at the protocol level and come up with new use cases.

Curve, the all-your-cards-in-one app, adds ‘zero fees’ when spending abroad

Curve, the London fintech that lets you consolidate all of your bank cards into a single Curve card and app to make it easier to manage your spending, has always faced a slight awareness problem. Even though nobody else does what Curve does — the product is innovative on a multiple fronts,

Meituan-Dianping’s IPO off to a good start as shares climb 7% on debut

Meituan-Dianping (3690.HK) enjoyed a strong debut today in Hong Kong, a sign that investors are confident in the Tencent-backed company’s prospects despite its cash-burning growth strategy, heavy competition and a sluggish Hong Kong stock market. During morning trading,

Tiger Global reportedly pours more than $1B into SoftBank, saying its shares are “undervalued”

Tiger Global has poured more than $1 billion into SoftBank Group, according to the Financial Times. The newspaper reports that the firm told investors SoftBank’s shares are “meaningfully undervalued.” In response to a request for comment,

Medical care scheduling startup Doctolib acquires MonDocteur

What do you do when you’ve raised nearly $100 million and you want to grow as quickly as possible? In Doctolib’s case, the startup is acquiring its main competitor MonDocteur. Together, the two companies work with tens of thousands of doctors and get tens of millions of unique visitors every month.

The U.S. and ZTE reach a deal that will lift export ban

The United States government has made a deal with Chinese telecommunications giant ZTE that, once completed, will lift the ban preventing the company from working with American suppliers. The agreement eases tensions in the U.S.-China trade war because the seven-year denial order,




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博主三个月前的一次面试把,机试,一共三个题目:用lua脚本,招聘应届生,可惜博主不会lua,所以花费一个小时学了下lua就做了前面两题使用lua语言解出下题,分别用递归、迭代二种方式, 写出详细的代码: 楼梯有n阶台阶,上楼可以一步上1阶,也可以一步上2阶,编一程序列出每一.


以下文字转自余佳文的微博:  最近看了好些关于我的负面言论,坦白说我很懊恼。不过情绪过后,我也非常受教育,由于我的不成熟,导致我们超级课程表团队被人误解、乃至被有心人颠倒黑白。明眼人可能也会有疑虑 ... .

16 Gorgeous Green St. Patrick's Day Celebrations

Gizmodo reader-photographers assembled to photograph the color green in celebration of St. Patrick's Day, and what would you know, there's not a toxic Miller Light in sight. Enjoy!Read more...



FAA: Drone Registration Will Be Easy, Don't Pay Someone Else to Do It

A lot of people initially freaked out when the FAA announced its plans to create a national drone registry. While we still don’t know exactly how The Man plans to crack down on UAVs, the agency is basically telling everyone to chill out. Read more...


是我喜欢的题目,半夜失眠,不请自来。不太同意楼上@半场线所提到的”确定合适的会计政策和会计准则“和”做得客观公允”的要求,作为个人记账的需求,这些完全没有必要1.如果你记得帐只是自己看,根本不需要考虑GAAP/准则——换言之,想怎么记就怎么记。准则是用来干嘛的?保证不同企业之间财务报表的可比性,这样才会涉及“客观和公允”的需求,因为使用者是外部的报表使用者(比如说要借钱给你的债权人或者是要投钱给你的投资人),如果他同时比较多个公司的财务报表时才需要GAAP,用GAAP来保证各个报表的记法都是一致的。下列文字引用自本人为什么在学 CPA 的时候感觉会计只告诉你怎么做,而不解释为什么这么做?

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感谢科客网的投递看过蜘蛛侠系列电影的都应该知道有绿魔这个角色,他每次出场时都会踩着那块会飞的滑板,绿魔对那块飞行滑板的控制非常熟练,踩着它在空中飘来飘去的看着都觉得很好玩。不过在现实生活中,真的有人造了一块内置喷射引擎的飞行滑板Flyboard Air,而且还成功的飞起来了。

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