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Thursday, June 24, 2021

Filing: Wise, previously TransferWise, plans to go public on the London Stock Exchange via a direct listing in early July, reportedly at a $6B-$7B valuation (Ingrid Lunden/TechCrunch)

Four former executives of Nexa Technologies, an alleged supplier of surveillance tech to Libya and Egypt, were indicted for complicity in torture and war crimes (Sidney Fussell/Wired)

Visa buys Sweden-based Tink, which offers open banking APIs used by more than 3,400 banks and financial institutions in Europe, for €1.8B (Simon Clark/Wall Street Journal)

Google and Jio Platforms announce JioPhone Next, an affordable phone powered by an optimized version of Android; phone will debut in India on September 10 (Manish Singh/TechCrunch)

How job search sites such as LinkedIn, ZipRecruiter, and CareerBuilder are working to remove gender and racial bias from their AI-powered matching algorithms (Sheridan Wall/MIT Technology Review)

Data infrastructure software maker Confluent raises $828M in its US IPO at a valuation of about $9B; Confluent was last valued at $4.5B last year (Bloomberg)

Wednesday, June 23, 2021

House committee approves six major antitrust bills, the most significant requiring internet platforms to enable users to transport their data to other platforms (John D. McKinnon/Wall Street Journal)

DeepMind partners with Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative, after its AlphaFold AI had considerable success in finding new treatments for sleeping sickness (David Cox/Wired UK)

Stack Overflow launches Collectives, branded communities where companies can organize discussions around broad topics and interact directly with developers (Paul Sawers/VentureBeat)

Anjuna Security, whose Confidential Cloud isolates and encrypts workloads and data to protect against bad actors, raises $30M Series B led by Insight Partners (Duncan Riley/SiliconANGLE)

NBCUniversal's Peacock app will be available on Amazon Fire TV products starting tomorrow, June 24, as well as 15 other NBCUniversal apps (Catie Keck/The Verge)

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