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TechCrunch

Leading a $15 million round, Prosus Ventures makes the challenger bank Klar its first bet in Mexico

The Verge

Uber’s Jump bikes get a second life in Mexico City

PrivateEquityWire

DLA Piper advises Prime Capital and Enlight Renewable Energy on large investment in Sweden

Reuters Tech News

Mexican Nobel laureate Molina, ozone layer prophet, dies at 77

Reuters Tech News

Mexican artists, activists oppose president's proposed funding shakeup

Los Angeles Times

How 'standuperos' sparked a 'cultural revolution' in Mexico's comedy scene

Acquisition
BetaKit

FreshBooks acquires Mexican invoicing company Facturama

$14,000,000 Seed fund
FinSMEs , ZDNet

Oyster Financial Raises $14M in Seed Funding

CBC Tech and Science

Mexican construction site may be world's biggest mammoth graveyard | CBC News

Sky News Tech

Mammoth skeleton discovery in Mexico may explain why species became extinct

Crowdfund Insider

TransferMate Announces Expansion of North American Regulation With New Mexico License Approval

$14,000,000 Venture capital (Series A)
TechCrunch

Fondeadora is a Mexican challenger bank that just raised $14 million

$15,000,000 Venture capital (Series B)
TechCrunch , FinSMEs

Yalochat, a fast-growing conversational commerce startup, lands $15 million led by B Capital

$24,000,000 Venture capital (Series B)
SiliconRepublic , MedCity News

Carrot raises $24m to help employers offer fertility benefits

TNW

IBM, the Linux Foundation, and Grillo unveil global earthquake early-warning system

VentureBeat

IBM, Grillo, and the Linux Foundation partner on early earthquake detection systems

Pulse 2.0

TECSYS Surpasses $100 Million In Revenue

$3,000,000 Seed fund
FinSMEs

Worky Raises US $3M in Funding

$12,000,000 Seed fund
TechCrunch

Mexico City’s Jüsto raises a $12 million bridge round for its delivery-only grocery stores

GeekWire

Fernando Reyes Medina fell for gaming through ‘Halo’ and now he’s a designer for the franchise