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Workplace Software Startup Asana Gets $28M

Asana -- a maker of workplace-collaboration services started by Facebook co-founders Dustin Moskovitz and Justin Rosenstein -- just raised another $28 million in capital lead by Founders Fund along with existing investors Benchmark, Andreessen Horowitz and Mitch Kapor. Among professionals, “Asana’s goal is to make people work and communicate better together,” pandodaily explains. What will ultimately set Asana apart from other enterprise software companies, according to pandodaily, is a deep-seated aversion to being acquired.

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