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  • American City Business Journals16 days ago

    VMware scoops up Palo Alto cloud analytics startup a few months after its 'down round'

    Cloud analytics startup Wavefront has agreed to be acquired by VMware less than six months after its Series B funding triggered debate over its valuation. Financial details of the acquisition by publicly traded Dell subsidiary VMware (VMW) weren't disclosed. Wavefront offers a way to monitor and analyze what companies are doing in the cloud, measuring the flow of data and finding bugs.

  • American City Business Journals29 days ago

    Ex-EMC chief lawyer lands at Boston agriculture startup

    Paul T. Dacier, who served for 26 years as the top lawyer at EMC Corp. before the company merged with Dell last year, has been hired as general counsel at Charlestown-based startup Indigo Agriculture. Dacier left EMC soon after the Dell merger became official in September.

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    VR batting cages and lobster poutine: Fenway Park unveils offseason improvements

    A virtual reality batting cage, an expanded rooftop garden and 124 new seats were just a few of the improvements the Boston Red Sox made at the historic Fenway Park during the baseball offseason. Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh toured the improvements Thursday morning alongside team President Sam Kennedy, team owner John Henry and his wife, Red Sox Foundation board member Linda Pizzuti Henry. Fenway, widely known as the oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball, has received more than $300 million in improvements since 2002.