As lawmakers home in on tech giants' data policies, Crunchbase said it has found a lucrative loophole with company data. And it just raised $30 million to prove it.
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Crunchbase, a former Verizon/AOL company that collects, tracks, and shares data on private companies, announced on Thursday it raised $30 million in Series C funding.

As the conversation around data trends towards regulation and privacy, Crunchbase CEO Jager McConnell is focused on a less sensitive realm, trafficking in data about businesses instead of individual users.

Corporate data, a closely guarded resource in Silicon Valley's startup world, can actually help improve representation across...

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