This is yet another step that shows the automaker's dedication to non-traditional methods of transportation.
Partnering with the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Jonathan Adler, the company launches exclusive programming with themes that range from entertainment to food to tech.
Israeli parents Lior and Vardit Adler garnered a chorus of Likes when they named their newborn daughter after the Facebook button.
Israeli family gives thumbs-up to new daughter, Like Adler. They promise the name isn't part of any marketing gimmick.
MedCases, which makes software for doctors that simulates patient cases, has landed an $8.6 million second round. The Philadelphia-based company has raised a total of $11.6 million, and its lead investor was Brooks Capital Group. Other investors include H.F Lenfest, Wynnefield Capital Advisors, Frederick R. Adler, Euro-America II L.P., PPM America Capital Partners LLC, CIP Capital LP and PA Early Stage. MedCases plans to use the funds to increase the number of medical specialty software programs it offers, in addition to expanding its sales and marketing efforts. The company's educational courses allow doctors to pretend they are interacting with a patient and assess their skills, ranging from asking patients questions to running appropriate lab tests.