Uber is keeping you, young college Chegg customer, from drinking and driving — at least in your first week back at school.
Today was a big day for outages, with both The New York Times and Microsoft suffering downtime. So today’s Funding Daily is all about staying online and making your service available to all.
Online textbook rental company Chegg filed to go public this morning, showing that the ed tech industry can, in fact, catch on.
Textbook rental service Chegg has raised nearly $25 million in equity funding, according to a form D the company filed Friday with the Securities and Exchange commission.
Guest Post As a software securities analyst for investment banking firm Canaccord Genuity, Richard Davis spends 200 days a year on the road visiting companies. He goes to public companies such as Oracle and Salesforce.com, but he also visits up-and-coming software companies he thinks will go public in the near future.
Chegg, an online textbook rental company, acquired Flux Software Co./3D3R, according to a Form D filed with the SEC today.
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Textbooks are making the leap from paper to the Web and mobile apps. So, with school just around the corner, let’s take a look at some of the latest tools to help you get the most out of your education.
Digital textbook company Inkling announced Wednesday that is has scored $17 million in second-round funding from Tenaya Capital to compete with major competitors entering the space.
CampusBookRentals.com announced on Tuesday they raised a $20 million second round of financing, just in time for the back to school craze.
New details on Chegg’s June acquisition of Notehall came through SEC filings yesterday.