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Dublin-based Pointy sold to Google for an alleged $160 million

Pointy, the Dublin-based e-Commerce B2B SaaS platform, has been acquired by Google for an officially undisclosed amount, though other outlets report the sum at around $160 million. This is Pointy founder and CEO Mark Cummins’ second acquisition to Google. Cummins sold his previous startup, a visual search engine called Plink, in 2010. Founded in 2014, […]

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