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NRA Raised More Money in August 2020 Than in Any Month of 2016
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NRA Raised More Money in August 2020 Than in Any Month of 2016

The National Rifle Association (NRA) raised more money in August 2020 than during any month of 2016. Fox News reports that the NRA’s Political Victory Fund raised $1,725,700 million in August 2020 alone, which is roughly $300,000 more than it raised in August 2016. Moreover, the $1,725,700 million raised in August 2020 is $240,000 higher…

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Exo raised $40 million for its handheld medical imaging device
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Exo raised $40 million for its handheld medical imaging device

Exo, a developer of new diagnostic hardware for the medical industry, has raised $40 million in a new round of funding as investors continue to back new companies that are reducing the cost and complexity of medical devices. Cost, portability, image quality and the inability to image dense body compositions have all limited the impact…

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This startup just raised $12 million from top VCs to offer financial planning as an employee perk
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This startup just raised $12 million from top VCs to offer financial planning as an employee perk

Companies increasingly recognize that one of the greatest stresses for their employees is financial wellness. Even at innovative tech startups, people typically bump up against the limits of how much they know about wealth management pretty fast. But providing financial education to a workforce, which has become more common, is largely useless as most employees…

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A look at Made Renovation, which just raised $9 million in seed funding to zero in on bathroom remodels
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A look at Made Renovation, which just raised $9 million in seed funding to zero in on bathroom remodels

Made Renovation, a new, San Francisco-based company, thinks it has found a profitable way to help homeowners get done something that busy general contractors in the Bay Area won’t otherwise make time for, which is bathroom remodels. Why they typically pass on these: they have too many entire homes, or, at least, entire floors, to…

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