Another weekly wrap-up is here, summing up the news and events we didn't get a chance to write about. I'm hopping in and out of wifi in Stockholm after last night's ArcticEvening event, so here's a quick list with a few gems.
Edge Online has a good read on Mojang's business strategy: Mojang: Adventure Capitalist. Minecraft hit $80 Million in revenue, 25 million registered players, and The Verge reports on CEO Carl Manneh's talk of a possible TV adaptation.
Spotify looking for summer interns in Stockholm and New York.
Applications for the Aaltoes Summer of Startups application open.
For you lean startup folks out there, here are a nice set of slides on Flowdock CEO Otto Hilska's journey to product/market fit.
Just Eat now bigger online than Dominos UK
Silicon Vikings, a group that builds relationships between the Nordics and Silicon Valley, has appointed Adiba Cremonini as a new executive director.
Rovio opens office in Stockholm:
As a trend, Seed financing increased 52% from 2010 to 2011, according to Dow Jones Venture Source in the US.
Coming up this week in Helsinki is the monthly Startup Helsinki Meetup at Nolla on April 4th.