Weekly Refresh: Microsoft Stock Soared, Imperative Raised $3M, and More

by Anna Holmquist
May 4, 2020
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Microsoft stock rose. The company reported fiscal third-quarter sales growth of 15 percent, mainly fueled by their cloud business. It also reported that the pandemic had minimal impact on revenue during the quarter. [CNBC]

Clipchamp to open Seattle office. The Australian startup offers software tools for creating and editing digital video. It plans to hire in Seattle for the future. [Built In Seattle]

Qorus raised $5M. Its software platform helps sales teams keep all their data and clients in one place and track prospects. WestRiver Group led the financing round. [Built In Seattle]

Imperative raised $3M. The startup offers peer coaching, letting managers video chat with each another to share advice and network. Voyager Capital led the funding round, which will go toward the development of the product. [GeekWire]

98point6 partners with Boeing, Chipotle and more. The company will now be providing text-based primary care to the employees of a new batch of enterprise clients also including Circle K and KinderCare. [PRNewswire]

AuthorDigital gained $5.5M. It’s an independent game company headed by Serena and Jason Robar. It’ll use the funds to begin a new studio called Adept Games. [Built In Seattle]

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