A new technology company has raised $2.5 million from tech titans including Google, Facebook, Zynga and Twitter.
The company, Zev Technologies, has raised an undisclosed amount of funding.
The company’s chief executive officer, Mark Z. Miller, said that the company’s technology will help improve life on Earth, and its technology could help the global economy by speeding communication.
Zev Technologies’ chief executive, Mark Miller, has said that his company is focused on improving the world by improving life on earth.
The firm’s stock has surged from about $5.60 to more than $13.00 in the last week.
Zev shares rose by about 60% in 2016.
Zebest has also announced its first round of venture capital.
The fund’s chief investment officer, Alex D. Storch, said the firm plans to invest $500 million.
Zeva Technologies’ president, John B. Spero, said his company will focus on a broader range of business applications, including artificial intelligence, medical technology and security, as well as health care.
The announcement comes a day after a New York court issued an injunction blocking President Donald Trump from implementing his travel ban on people from seven Muslim-majority countries.
Trump issued an executive order on Jan. 27 barring nationals from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen from entering the United States for 90 days, temporarily suspending visas for citizens from Iran and Iraq, and suspending the refugee program for 120 days.
Trump’s order sparked protests around the world, including in Europe and the United Kingdom.