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    Wednesday, October 31, 2012
    Emergent Technologies Plans Life Sciences Incubator
    Austin's Emergent Technologies is planning to open up a new life sciences business inucbator, according to the ABJ, which says that the incubator will have 2,000 square feet of wet lab space, along with office space, technology infrastructure, and more. Emergent Technologies help commercialize research and turn them into independent companie (More info...)

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    Tyler Technologies Signs Nevada Water Agency
    Dallas-based Tyler Technologies has signed up a customer in Nevada, the company said today. Tyler Technologies said the contract came from Nevada's Truckee Meadows Water Authority (TMWA), and was for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012, the enterprise resource planning (ERP) software from Microsoft which was jointly developed with Microsoft to include public sector functionality. Tyler Technologies said that the water district also will use its Eden human cap (More info...)

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    American Airlines, Sabre Settle Technology Dispute
    The dispute between American Airlines and global travel distribution provider Sabre Holdings has been settled by the two firms, they said this morning. The two--who had been tussling in the courts since June of last year--said they have settled their disputes, and have renewed their current distribution agreement for multiple years. The two said that American will receive a monetary payment from Sabre. Amer (More info...)

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    Escalate Capital Backs Software Developer AtTask
    Austin-based mezzanine capital provider Escalate Capital has put its financial backing behind software-as-a-service developer AtTask. AtTask, which develops software used for project and work management in enterprise teams, said it received $17M in a growth funding round, led by GreenSpring Associates and also including Escalate Capital, University Venture Fund and Josh James, founder of Omniture. AtTa (More info...)

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