Vulcan’s Kiha Software Cuts Staff
Seattle-based Kiha Software, a company backed with $20 million from Paul Allen’s Vulcan Capital, has laid off an undisclosed number of employees, and ended a public beta test of software for organizing contacts on mobile devices, according to a report by Brier Dudley of The Seattle Times. Vulcan spokesman David Postman told the Times that the company is working to assess the best way to deliver its product.
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