Tech Company Grammarly Raises $90 Million

Plus, a new robot can make 300 pizzas in an hour.

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Grammarly, a that uses and to spell check your emails raises $90 million! The round was led by General Catalyst, which had been involved in its past round for $110 million. Grammarly has both a freemium and premium mode. 

Parsley Health ⁠— a personalized health provider raised $26 million in a Series B funding round led by White Star Capital. Parsley Health charges roughly $150 a month for a membership with access to its LA, NY and San Francisco clinics. Parsley Health plans to launch a new membership plan with diagnostic testing and unlimited access to a care team. 

A Seattle startup called Picnic has created an assembly platform that can make 300 12-inch pizzas an hour. When a is ordered, the order goes into a digital queue, prompting the robot to begin making the pizza the moment the dough is placed in the machine. 

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