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Raisin picks up $28M backing from Goldman Sachs for its savings and investment marketplace
Raisin, the fintech startup that offers a pan-European marketplace for savings and investment products, has picked up additional funding. Goldman Sachs has invested $28 million (€25m), following the company’s $114 million in Series D in February. The new capital will be used by Raisin  to build out its U.S. presence ahead of a 2020 launch across the pond. (Fonte: TechCrunch)

Customer data management company Amperity raises $50M
Amperity is announcing that it has raised $50 million in Series C funding. The company offers what co-founder and Ceo Kabir Shahani said is the ability to “ingest every piece of atomic-level data remotely related to a customer and assemble it into a customer 360.” To illustrate how Amperity  can help businesses use their customer data more intelligently, Shahani (pictured above with his co-founder and Cto Derek Slager) said a company with a branded credit card could start sending targeted offers based on customer activity, while a retailer could start sending promotions targeted at online-only customers to bring them into physical stores. (Fonte: TechCrunch)

Huawei to invest $3.1 billion in Italy but calls for fair policy on 5G: country Ceo
China’s Huawei Technologies said it would invest $3.1 billion in Italy over the next three years, as the Chinese telecoms giant called on Rome to ensure the “transparent, efficient and fair” use of its ‘golden power’ on 5G network development. Speaking at an event in Milan on Monday, the chief executive of the telecoms giant’s Italian unit, Thomas Miao, said Italy’s golden power – which allows the state to intervene in the private sector in the defense of national security – should be extended to all vendors in the European Union. (Fonte: Reuters)