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The guys who helped build Jay-Z's streaming service Tidal are raising money to follow your every move

Two of the founders of Jay-Z's fledgling music service Tidal are building a startup focused on mobile location data. The two executives, Thomas Walle and Kjartan Slette, have raised $17.5 million to expand Unacast, which supplies data from hundreds of mobile apps to ad targeting companies. The plan is to build out the company's tech and team of data scientists – and to expand beyond advertising.
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