2010

October 20th, 2010
Seattle Times: Two years after it was quietly started by veterans of Seattle's Qpass, online document handling startup Doxo is unveiling its service and opening it up to interested users.
October 20th, 2010
Xconomy: There’s been a lot of buzz around Seattle about Doxo lately.
October 20th, 2010
PC Mag: A new startup, called Doxo, hopes to connect users and businesses with a new paperless billing service.
October 19th, 2010
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New York Times: Gordon Murray, celebrated for designing the fastest, most powerful cars in the world, has gone to the other extreme.
October 19th, 2010
Denver Post: Venture-capital firms have had a tough time, and high-tech startups have had it even tougher.
October 19th, 2010
VentureBeat: Until now, Seattle startup Doxo has been pretty secretive about what it’s up to.
October 18th, 2010
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Fast Company: Genomatica, a startup best known for figuring out how to make spandex from sugar cane and E.coli, has a new trick up its sleeve: producing chemicals from trash.
October 14th, 2010
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PC Mag: Lots of the discussion at the AlwaysOn GoingGreen conference yesterday and today has been on biochemicals, and in general, on the way that we can replace our dependence on petrochemicals, and those that come from oil. In various sessions and presentations, a number of companies talked about their solutions and the industry as a whole.
October 11th, 2010
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New York Times: After watching an online video for a full minute, 44.1 percent of viewers will have clicked away, according to Visible Measures. But an outsize slice of that loss occurs in the first 10 seconds, during which 19.4 percent of a video’s audience defects.
October 8th, 2010
Domestic Fuel: GoingGreen Silicon Valley has named its Top 100 for 2010 and on the list includes renewable biofuel and biochemical company, OPX Biotechnologies (OPXBIO).