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  • In February, Quantum Metric CEO Mario Ciabarra was fielding calls from investors at a rapid clip and getting unsolicited term sheet offers that valued the company at $1 billion. 
  • The term sheets offers slowed once the coronavirus hit but his company kept booming, growing annual recurring revenue at 70%, he told Business Insider.
  • By June, VCs were calling again, but the valuations were lower, even though revenue-under-contract had grown, said Ciabarra. 
  • So he decided not to take on a new round of funding yet. Instead, he opted for a $25 million loan from Silicon Valley Bank until he could secure a venture funding round at the terms he wants.
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In February, Quantum Metric CEO Mario Ciabarra was fielding calls left-and-right from venture capitalists eager to pour funding into the company.

“We weren’t actually trying to raise any specific amount of money,” he told

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  • Google will help employees pay off their student loans beginning in 2021. 
  • The company announced Thursday that it will match up to $2,500 per employee per year, beginning with Googlers in the US. 
  • The student loan crisis in the US disproportionately affects Black borrowers, who are likely to be saddled with more debt than white borrowers. Employee groups for Black Googlers helped bring the new program to fruition, CNBC reports. 
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Google is going to start helping its employees pay off their student loans, the company announced Thursday. 

Beginning in 2021, Google will match up to $2,500 in loan payments per employee each year, beginning with US employees and expanding to its global workforce in the future. According to CNBC, the program will only be available to full-time employees, not contractors or temporary workers. 

Google said the goal of the program is to help

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In this article, we’ll be discussing the popular software program, The Debt Cruncher. It is currently being offered by Leo J. Quinn, author of the best-selling financial program How to Own Your Paycheck Again. We’re going to talk about who developed it, why you might need it, and how it works. Read this independent review and find out if it will work for you.

The Debt Cruncher software was developed by Leo J. Quinn, a financial expert who created a downloadable eBook titled, How to Own Your Paycheck Again. The software is part of a financial package that shows you how to get completely out of debt, including your mortgage, in under 10 years. It is designed for you to know the date that you’ll be completely debt-free of credit card payments, car payments, and even your house payment. It will work on both Windows and Mac computers.

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