Groupon Co-Founder's New Healthcare Startup Raises $70 Million Plus, Target and Pinterest are partnering up and a recruiting startup raises $7.5 million in a series A round.
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Co-founder of Groupon Eric Lefkosky's new healthcare startup, Tempus, has raised $70 million in series C funding. Tempus is a tech company building the largest library of clinical data to battle cancer. Tempus focuses on helping doctors customize cancer treatments by using molecular data. The latest fundraising apparently puts the valuation of Tempus at approximately $700 million.
If you are a DIY-er and also love Target, get excited, because Target and Pinterest are now partners. Target will be adding Pinterest's visual search lens into the Target app. The new partnership will allow Target customers to take a photo and find similar products at Target stores.
Jopwell, a diversity recruiting startup based in New York City, has raised $7.5 million in a series A round. Jopwell helps companies recruit underrepresented ethnic minority candidates. The new round of funding will help Jopwell scale and take on younger companies looking to diversify their teams.
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