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Rocket startup Firefly raises $75M as new Central Texas unicorn - Link

- Austin Business Journal’s Will Anderson
  • Firefly Aerospace Raises $75M Series A, Hits $1B+ Unicorn Valuation - Link
    - Built in Austin
  • Firefly Aerospace raises $75 million as company prepares first launch - Link
    - Austin American-Statesman’s Kara Carlson

“Central Texas has another unicorn: The commercial space startup Firefly Aerospace Inc., which hopes to soon launch its first rocket into space. The Cedar Park-based company said May 4 it raised a $75 million series A round that valued it at more than $1 billion. The oversubscribed round was led by DADA Holdings, with additional investment from Astera Institute, Canon Ball LLC, Reuben Brothers Limited, SMS Capital Investment LLC, Raven One Ventures, The XBTO Ventures and others.” - Austin Business Journal’s Will Anderson

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  • BEAM Austin: Field of Impact - Link
    - Austin Women’s Magazine’s Kathryn Freeman
  • Expressable Raises $4.5M from Lerer Hippeau and NextView to Transform Speech Therapy Care - Link
  • Maryna Burushkina: Using AI and Machine Learning to Optimize Growth Marketing
     - Link
    - Friends in Austin Podcast
  • What CES Shows the World - Link
  • Texas Children's reveals first look at new $485 million Austin campus - Link
  • Austin-based star of Supernatural takes on new role — startup investor - Link
  • Austin billionaire Michael Dell plays nice with new book on leadership - Link
  • Popular fitness app now aids Austinites in finding COVID vaccine sites - Link
    - CultureMap Austin
  • Forever, finally: Couples race to get married in Austin after ‘I do’ was postponed - Link
  • Small business week: Bouldin Creek Café is keeping Austin local - Link
  • Small Business Week: Thrifted Feels ATX wants to uplift the Austin community - Link
  • Small business week: Salt & Time is keeping butchery local - Link
  • Small business week: Johnson's Backyard Garden wants to sustainably feed Austin - Link
  • Tesla files plans for an additional building at Giga Texas site - Link
  • The good deals have passed: Austin rents rise above pre-pandemic levels - Link
  • Small business week: Dolce Neve brings a taste of happiness from Italy to Austin - Link
  • 184 new people a day: 2020 Census marks 10 years of nonstop growth for Austin - Link
  • Big-name bitcoin mining company Blockcap stakes its HQ in Austin, announces rapid growth - Link
  • Small business week: New Sammie's Italian Restaurant carries on a family legacy - Link
  • After hard pandemic year, Austin restaurants face another crisis: rehiring staff - Link
  • Is 'Million Dollar Listing Austin' next after reality star realtor sells first mansion in Austin?​ - Link
    - Austonia
  • UT Austin Ranked the Best Value Public University in Texas - Link
  • Greater Inclusion, Equity in STEM Education for Multilingual Students is Focus of New Research - Link
  • WATCH: High School Seniors Surprised with UT Austin Scholarships on TODAY Show - Link
    - University of Texas
  • This Uber for chefs will bring a home-cooked meal to your home - Link
  • The rise of influencer marketing and its effect on digital marketing - Link
  • Are Gen Z more fickle in their shopping, or do brands just need to keep up? - Link
  • Looking to refresh your virtual rooms? Check out Zoom’s Immersive View - Link
    - The American Genius
  • Multicoin Capital Raises $100M to Back Entrepreneurs in Cryptocurrency Space - Link
  • A Cloud Guru Might Have One of the Most Fun Roles in Tech - Link
  • National Instruments Acquires MonoDrive for Autonomous Vehicle Development - Link
  • Now Hiring: 10 Austin Companies Looking for Top Talent - Link
    - Built in Austin
  • From Wayfair to Arrive Logistics, 12K new jobs announced in Austin area so far this year - Link
  • Report: Green Dot, a prepaid debit card pioneer betting on digital banking, moving HQ to Austin from California - Link
  • M&A wrap: Wag-A-Bag selling to PE-backed convenience store chain; RateGenius rolls out merger of equals - Link
  • In-person workouts barely slowed during pandemic for personal training startup Kanthaka - Link
  • CFO Tom Sweet reflects on 24 years at Central Texas' homegrown tech behemoth - Link
  • Why Dell is spinning off its VMware stake - Link
  • Autonomous trucking company Einride to set up US headquarters in Austin after raising $110M - Link
  • Google embracing remote work post-pandemic, CEO says - Link
  • Austin named No. 1 market for foreign real estate investors by AFIRE - Link
  • Tesla plans another industrial facility near gigafactory, records show - Link
  • Zekelman Industries, $2.8B force in construction sector, buys nearly 240 acres north of Tesla factory - Link
  • What Austin business leaders need to know about bringing back furloughed workers - Link
  • Applied Materials seeks state tax incentives for $150M expansion - Link
  • EnergyX hiring in Austin after raising $20M - Link
  • Multicoin Capital amasses $100M to invest in cryptocurrency companies, tokens - Link
  • Austin remains nation's fastest growing major metro - Link
  • Austin startups among winners in Rice University's pitch competition for veteran-owned businesses - Link
  • New CEO named at STG Design, architect for corporate campuses, high-rises in Austin - Link
  • The top venture capital funding rounds for Austin startups in April 2021 - Link
  • Punch Bowl Social working through bankruptcy under ownership of Austin's CrowdOut Capital - Link
  • Moody Center developer Tim Leiweke talks love of Austin, boosting city's music industry - Link
  • The top Austin tech and startup executive hires and promotions (April 2021) - Link
  • M&A wrap: Data Foundry selling for $420M - Link
  • Efforts to house Austin's homeless continue after voters bring back public camping ban - Link
  • Dell to sell Boomi division for $4B - Link
  • In the money: $343M in deals reported by Austin-area companies - Link
    - Austin Business Journal & Austin Inno's Brent Wistrom
  • National Instruments adds to autonomous vehicle investment - Link
  • Austin-based EnergyX brings in $20 million for tech development - Link
  • Austin's Data Foundry to be acquired for $420 million - Link
  • Dell sells off Boomi cloud business in $4B deal - Link
  • Restaurants: Make alcohol to-go sales permanent - Link
    - Austin American-Statesman

  • Austin-Based Notley Expands Programs to San Antonio - Link
  • FloatMe Closes $25 Million Financing Partnership with KSD Capital - Link
  • Looking for a Co-Working Space in San Antonio? Here’s the Definitive List - Link
    - Startups San Antonio's Iris Gonzalez
  • How San Antonio's innovation office is solving the tech divide - Link
    - Business Insider
  • New normal, version 2.0: Techies to descend on downtown San Antonio for ‘Reboot Rally’ - Link
  • Turning weed into green: Could liberalizing marijuana laws help Texas’ economy recover? - Link
  • Travel and tourism can power pandemic recovery - Link
  • Soda company will celebrate ‘super good’ moms with virtual mariachi serenade - Link
  • New agreement keeps wheels spinning for city bike-share program, but riders will pay more - Link
    - San Antonio Report
  • Autonomous trucking company to set up US headquarters in Austin after raising $110M - Link
  • Exclusive: SA on short list for $200M battery tech company factory - Link
  • This company has made capturing, repurposing carbon work for years - Link
  • PODCAST: Tyler Technologies CEO Lynn Moore on 'a big deal' and navigating a turbulent 2020 - Link
  • Local health tech company hit with data breach; notifies people weeks later - Link
  • SA startup's microlending platform gets $25M credit infusion - Link
  • CEO Q&A: Wayne Peacock's first year leading USAA could hardly have been more challenging - Link
  • GUEST COLUMN: Closing gender wealth gap has long way to go - Link
  • Local payroll company makes second acquisition of the year - Link
  • TaskUs saw attempted employee-led fraud increase during pandemic - Link
  • Local businesses more than $24M behind in paying utility bills - Link
  • Propane grill tank delivery a growing trend - Link
  • Will Dubai company's factory put Beeville on the map? - Link
  • Boerne looking to seize on post-pandemic California exodus - Link
  • How Google Fiber in SA kept up with internet demand amid pandemic - Link
  • Local manufactured home startup explodes amid soaring housing market - Link
  • USAA members filed 80% more catastrophe claims in 2020 - Link
  • San Antonio losing Texas race for biotech funding by wide margin - Link
  • Accenture promotes local leader to C-suite - Link
  • SA attorney on going viral, winning one of this year's largest jury verdicts - Link
  • National coworking chain makes San Antonio debut; plans regional growth - Link
  • Where the money lives: San Antonio's wealthiest ZIP codes - Link
    - San Antonio Business Journal
  • Metroport Chamber opens new 8,400SF building with co-working space - Link
  • Fort Worth is looking to expand neighborhood clinic opportunities - Link
  • Community Design Fort Worth to present first Urban Design Talk - Link
  • Plano-based retailer acquired in $2.8B deal - Link
  • Dak Prescott takes 20% stake in restaurant chain expanding in DFW, Waco area - Link
  • A Stand-Up Business: VariSpace expands - Link
  • ‘DWI Dude’ attorney sentenced for scamming drug traffickers - Link
  • Texas’ pandemic budget shortfall disappears, as latest forecast shows a surplus - Link
  • Ecommerce, pandemic, growth driving deals: DFW tops market for industrial space - Link
     - Fort Worth Business Press
  • How two brothers quickly built testing, vaccination and document platforms for the COVID era - Link
  • Dallas Startup Week will return to an in-person conference in August - Link
    - The Dallas Morning News
  • Fitness app ClassPass helps find closest COVID vaccine sites in Dallas - Link
    - Culture Map Dallas
  • Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson: Cities Need 'a More Prominent Seat' at the Global Table - Link
    - Dallas Observer
  • Are These Dallas Office Properties Functionally Obsolete? - Link
  • New Census Numbers Show Dallas Had No Role In Pandemic Population Boom - Link
  • Wellness Trends and What Actually Seems to Work in Office Buildings - Link
  • Black Workers in Dallas Are Being Left Behind, Unemployment Data Show - Link
  • 5 Questions Leaders Should Consider Before Returning To The Office - Link
  • How to Strengthen Your Company’s Virtual Card Program - Link
  • Tips To Consider Before Signing Your Next Office Lease - Link
  • Personnel Moves: Three DFW Healthcare Entities Welcome New Leaders - Link
  • How COVID Propelled Technology in Commercial Real Estate - Link
  • Next Week: Real Solutions for Developing and Recruiting Diverse Talent - Link
  • What Will Bring Downtown Dallas Back? - Link
  • Speakers Announced: D CEO’s 2021 Women’s Leadership Symposium - Link
  • Leading Millennials Through The Most Devastating Economic Event of Their Lifetime - Link
  • Kids’ Coding Franchise Lands in Preston Hollow - Link
  • My Reality: Michael Horne Emphasizes Education in Approaching Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion - Link
  • 5 Risks to Dallas’ Economic Growth And Affordable Housing Efforts - Link
  • Meet Medical City Healthcare’s New Chief Medical Officer - Link
    - D Magazine
  • Publicis Group’s Hawkeye Adds Senior Leadership Following a 300% Team Growth - Link
  • DI People: NuZee, Elara Caring, Transwestern, UNT and More Make Moves - Link
  • The DEC Sets Dallas Startup Week 2021: Get Ready for 19 Tracks, 3 Summits, and Startup Alley - Link
  • Mayor Eric Johnson at the State of Entrepreneurship: ‘I Believe That Dallas Needs To Be a City That Leads’ - Link
  • UPS Meets Logistical Challenges Amidst Pandemic, Discusses Future of Supply Chain and E-Commerce - Link
  • Going for a Spin: Ford’s E-Scooter Unit Showcases AI-Powered Tech in Dallas - Link
  • Innovative On-Demand Auto Mechanic RepairSmith Expands to Dallas and Austin - Link
  • Arty Automobiles: Alto and Gray Malin’s Collaborative Art Car Will Soon Drive Dallas’ Streets - Link
  • New Company Launches Out of Plano to Help Businesses Transform Operations With Digital Platforms - Link
  • Apple invests $410M in II-VI Inc., creating 700 jobs in Sherman and other U.S. cities - Link
  • Dallas Invents: 111 Patents Granted for Week of April 11 - Link
  • Texas Central Taps Kiewit to Install All Electrical Systems for Its Bullet Train Per a $1.6B Contract - Link
  • Sabre Partners With Delta on a New Storefront That Makes Airline Offerings Easier to Understand - Link
  • Denton Nonprofit Opens Bob’s House of Hope, a Safe House for Young Men Exploited by Sex Trafficking - Link
  • Virtual Knockout: Digital Fight Club Plans To Redefine Online Events Through Its 2021 Dallas Edition - Link
  • Elon Musk Teams Up With XPRIZE on $100M Carbon Removal Competition - Link
  • Toyota Just Parked Its Insurance Agency in Plano with First TIMS HQ - Link
    - Dallas Innovates
  • Dallas wellness startup hires Super Bowl champ as chief impact officer - Link
  • Tuesday Morning names new CEO after year of bankruptcy, losses - Link
  • Local logistics startup Selery lands $2M financing deal led by Dallas firm - Link
  • Local company expanding, bringing more ghost kitchens to Dallas-Fort Worth - Link
  • Telecommunications giant keeps distribution center in Lewisville - Link
  • Form D Friday: DFW fitness company raising $2 million to advance technology - Link
  • Digital agency LifeBlue's pandemic pivot helps clients, business expand in 2021 - Link
  • Texas restaurants still 'a couple of years' from full recovery - Link
  • Here’s how much winterizing the Texas power grid could impact your power bill - Link
  • FC Dallas chooses 5 North Texas businesses for sponsorship diversity program - Link
  • European fintech looks to hire over 300 people in Dallas area - Link
  • New survey ranks Dallas as top market for foreign investors in 2021 - Link
  • North Texas' Rusty Taco expanding to San Antonio - Link
  • Dallas expert says flurry of M&A deals for private equity firms won't stop — here's why - Link
  • Apple awards $410M to company with North Texas manufacturing site - Link
  • Plano leadership coach on building trust, inclusive leadership - Link
  • Bigger dating pool? Match Group’s online dating services see more growth as vaccinations roll out - Link
  • Dak Prescott acquires 20% stake in North Texas restaurant franchises - Link
  • Bank of America DFW and global leaders continue to highlight advanced tech - Link
  • Startup raises $5M with plans to double staff, expand to Dallas - Link
  • KarbonPay hits crowdfunding milestone as it aims to automate international HR services - Link
  • North Texas travel tech company sees revenue improve, but still down 50% - Link
  • Dallas named a top moving destination in annual study for first time since 2017 - Link
  • 3 tech companies combine into 1, put headquarters in Plano - Link
  • Follow the money: A roundup of DFW tech and startup fundings, M&As and investor activity in April - Link
  • Player personnel: Check out the hires and departures in the DFW tech and startup scene in April - Link
    - Dallas Business Journal & NXT Inno's Kevin Cumming
  • Grind Shark Tank Update: Where is Grind Basketball Machine Today After Shark Tank? - Link
  • Energy giant makes Houston sole headquarters in massive move - Link
  • UH power couple prescribes major gift for school's college of medicine - Link
  • Houston SaaS startup closes $12M series A funding round with support from local VC - Link
  • Houston-based afterlife planning startup launches new app - Link
  • 5 most popular innovation stories in Houston this week - Link
  • Houston school recognized as among the top institutions in the nation - Link
  • Houston research: Why venture capital firms might change a startup's leadership - Link
  • Houston innovator joins ESG roundtable, Rice names cohort of student startups, and more innovation news - Link
  • Houston fitness tech startup launches $1M crowdfunding campaign - Link
  • University of Houston power couple prescribes major gift for college of medicine - Link
  • Houston health tech company bounces back from COVID-19 in a big way - Link
  • Houston hospital reveals renderings of Austin outpost ahead of groundbreaking - Link
  • Expert shares advice for Houstonians experiencing a pandemic-sparked career change - Link
  • Report: Houston ranks among the worst cities for unnecessary medical treatments - Link
  • 10+ can't-miss Houston business and innovation events online in May - Link
  • These are Houston's 4 best high schools in 2021, says recent report - Link
  • The top 4 reasons why businesses are rewarding employees by choosing Pearland - Link
  • 3 Houston innovators to know this week - Link
    - InnovationMap's Natalie Harms / Culture Map Houston
  • Live at Rice Stadium: Graduates will again celebrate commencement on campus - Link
  • Students’ model could help avoid costly breakdowns - Link
  • ‘Red Book’ story map reveals history of Houston wards’ thriving Black communities - Link
  • Nagarajaiah named distinguished member of ASCE - Link
  • In graphene process, resistance is useful - Link
  • Baker Institute’s Abbey inducted into Texas Aviation Hall of Fame - Link
  • Past immigration policy can guide future policy, say trio of Baker Institute papers - Link
  • Rice adds Master of Engineering Management and Leadership degree - Link
  • Dashboard developed at Rice will help Texas schools open safely amid pandemic - Link
  • Study explores how private equity acquisitions impact hospitals - Link
  • Houston can be leader in global plastic sustainability, says Baker Institute expert - Link
    - Rice University
  • Students need to be back in the classroom - Link
  • 80 percent of classes in-person for Fall 2021 - Link
  • Frontier Fiesta announces scholarship winners - Link
  • Outdoor in-person classes had their ups and downs - Link
    - University of Houston
  • Houston still a tough sell for renewable energy venture funding - Link
  • How companies rip off poor employees — and get away with it - Link
  • With brain implants, the ‘future’s gonna be weird' - Link
    - Houston Chronicle
  • Houston startup Molecule hiring software engineers, salespeople after Series A raise - Link
  • Op-ed: PRO Act's ABC Test may threaten Houston economy - Link
  • Here's how to boost health care benefits for your employees - Link
  • How to protect yourself from drastic tax reform consequences - Link
  • Software co. Avetta expands international footprint with Australian co. acquisition - Link
  • Restaurant Roundup: Tacos A Go Go plans largest location; Van Leeuwen Ice Cream opens - Link
  • Op-ed: To benefit from the coming green jobs boom, invest in training for all - Link
  • Houston-based PR agency founder leaves to form workforce training company - Link
  • Houston startup Molecule raises $12M for software in energy, commodity trading sector - Link
  • Head of UTHealth's Consortium on Aging, trailblazer for geriatric health dies - Link
  • Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs names new director to lead Houston's arts and culture efforts - Link
  • EnCap Investments completes $1.2B raise for energy-transition fund - Link
  • Biotech co. with TMC ties emerges from stealth with $38M Series A - Link
  • NRG Energy names Houston sole HQ, hires CFO from 'Amazon of South Korea' - Link
  • 2 former Fresh Food Group subsidiaries now standalone co. after bankruptcy sale - Link
  • Athenex acquires Houston biotech co. Kuur Therapeutics for $185M - Link
  • Hines launches $400M fund targeting investments in Asia-Pacific region - Link
  • Digital marketing can drive longer business to business sales cycles - Link
  • Op-ed: Hispanic-owned businesses will lead economic comeback – but they’ll need help - Link
  • Palace Social entertainment venue in former Palace Bowling Lanes to open soon - Link
  • Hines hires consultancy founder as global head of diversity, equity and inclusion - Link
  • Longtime UH leaders' gift will create chair, scholarships for College of Medicine - Link
  • Pandemic pressures prove the importance of strong banking relationships - Link
  • The Hilb Group acquires Houston insurance advisory Clarus Benefits Group - Link
  • Tech startup Cemvita Factory expanding office footprint, adding scientists, engineers - Link
  • Houston’s vulnerable communities are facing a mental health struggle — but businesses may be able to help - Link
  • Blank-check co. ESM Acquisition Corp. seeks raw materials deal in low-carbon sector - Link
  • Churrascos founders to open new craft cocktail bar and restaurant in The Ion - Link
  • Texas veterans win big at Rice University's veteran-owned business competition - Link
  • Viasat closes $222M RigNet acquisition - Link
  • Pickering Energy Partners launches fleet electrification service and financing co. - Link
  • Retail real estate booms in Houston despite flooding, difficulties in construction, Colliers report says - Link
  • Houston was a finalist for Grail Inc.'s $100M, 400-job oncology research project - Link
  • Network technology shifts that are changing the way business is done - Link
  • 2021 tech trends: Network resilience, security and innovation will drive future growth - Link
  • Why business resilience and network agility are here to stay - Link
  • The small business guide to cybersecurity - Link
  • Unified communications: Intelligent business through collaboration - Link
  • How organizations are addressing cybersecurity in the remote work era (Video) - Link
    - Houston Business Journal
  • Naikan and Three Questions - Link
    - McAllen Chamber of Commerce
  • Meet Elizabeth Yin, the VC reforming the industry by openly sharing what may be some of venture's ugliest secrets - Link
  • Hedera Hashgraph - Third-Generation DLT And Case Studies on Its Success - Kirk Coburn Link
  • Contractor To Demonstrate Robotic Arm For Army - MilitarySpot - Link
  • SportsDigita raises $5M with plans to double staff, expand to Dallas - Dallas - Link
  • Verizon acquired AOL and Yahoo for about $9 billion. Now it’s selling those assets as part of a $5 billion deal - Link
  • NextUp Ventures Announces Lineup for Next StartUp Showcase - Link
  • Why former Amazon exec Jeff Wilke thinks the U.S. can be a manufacturing powerhouse again - Link
  • Eli Manning, Osi Umenyiora Invest in Nutrition Startup Zoe - Link
  • What Is an Angel Investor—and How Can You Become One? - Link
  • StartUPDATES: New developments from healthcare startups - Link
  • Presents the $100,000 GS Beyond Energy Innovation Challenge - Link
  • East Village gets futuristic grocery store designed by Accel Robotics - Link
  • New Cortex-backed 'global center for cybersecurity' launches - St. Louis Business Journal - Link
  • Why global startups want to be accelerated in Israel - Link
  • The Ideal US Cities For Digital Nomads - AllWork.Space - Link
  • $48B In Funding Marks Another Banner Month For VC Investments - Link
  • The Launch Box Sets Up Founders for Success - Listen on Mission Matters Business Podcast - Link
  • Gregg Alvarez - Masters and Founders S01:E15 - founding_media - Link
  • Future of Texas - Unscripted: Creating a Brain Institute of Texas - Link
  • Data was the new oil, until the oil caught fire | TechCrunch - Link
  • Meet the new Codeup COO, Stephen Noteboom! - Codeup - Link
  • Achieving Economic Equity through Corporate Partnerships - YouTube - Link
  • The 20 Best US Suburbs To Move To In 2021, Mapped - Digg - Link
  • Inside the all-hands meeting that led to a third of Basecamp employees quitting - The Verge - Link
  • Meet the Founders | Milkify: We Freeze-Dry Your Breast Milk - Link
  • Startup Commons releases version 0.1.0 of the open standard data model starting with events domain - Startup Commons - Link
  • How a Former Netflix Exec Built a Brazen Bribery Scheme | WIRED - Link
  • Q&A: Venture capitalist on Biden and a Texas clean-tech boom - Link
  • Silicon Valley Venture Capitalists Are at the Front Lines of California Recall Efforts - Link
  • 10 Things That Tell a VC You May Not Be Ready for “Prime Time” - Link
  • How to Avoid Being Replaced as CEO by Your VCs - Link
  • Crazy New Ideas - Y Combinator‘s: Paul Graham Link - - Link
  • We Are Already Getting Back to In-Person Customer Meetings - Link
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