Here Are The Companies That Presented At Y Combinator Demo Day 1

It’s that time again! Today was Demo Day 1 (of 2) for Y Combinator’s Winter 2015 class — when investors and reporters get their first in-person look at many of the startups that YC has been incubating for the past few months. Want to see what debuted?

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Here Are The Companies That Presented At Y Combinator Demo Day 1

It’s that time again! Today was Demo Day 1 (of 2) for Y Combinator’s Winter 2015 class — when investors and reporters get their first in-person look at many of the startups that YC has been incubating for the past few months. Want to see what debuted?

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Farfetch acquires CuriosityChina to expand its social media efforts on the Mainland

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Twitch Resets All User Passwords After Suffering Data Breach

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Slack’s In Talks With Coatue, Others For Another Round At A $2.5B Valuation

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Why Don’t Makers Have Higher Social Status?

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