Abel Rodriguez

Abel Rodriguez is a Built In news reporter covering the technology industry in Chicago, Seattle and other markets. Prior to joining Built In in 2021, he was a community reporter for Cicero Independiente. His work has also appeared in various Chicago nonprofit newsrooms including Injustice Watch and Borderless.

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A person holding a gaming controller with the Netflix logo on the TV.
The games will be free for Netflix subscribers.
Tome co-founders Keith Peiris and Henri Liriani pose for a photo together.
Tome helps users generate content to tell narratives.
Photo of San Fransisco trollies.
The acquisition will help Xpansiv expand its services and product development capabilities. 
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Both companies will conduct research to gather data and train AI to detect and respond to hateful language in multiplayer games.
Balance creates payment solutions for B2B companies that rely on checks and wire transfers.
Airbase helps mid-size and enterprise companies with their non-payroll spending needs.
Magic Eden hit this valuation after raising $130 million in a Series B round.
Pave’s free platform helps companies track compensation.
The cybersecurity company creates APIs to protect email accounts from cyberattacks.
With the fresh capital, NexHealth will hire new talent as it seeks to create new healthtech solutions such as one-click appointment scheduling.
Vontive’s no-code platform lets credit unions, banks and other businesses offer mortgages on their websites.
Kargo team
Kargo manufactures sensing technology that is installed at shipping facilities to ensure the correct cargo is loaded onto trailers.