Welcome, folks, to Week in Review (WiR), TechCrunch’s regular column that rounds up the week in tech news. Dunno about y’all, but it’s felt like a long one — and I’m than
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Heroes Jobs realized that its user acquisition costs were too high to be successful as a solo company and decided to partner.
Keeping up with an industry as fast-moving as AI is a tall order. So until an AI can do it for you, here’s a handy roundup of the last week’s stories in the world of machine learning, along with
Twitter has withdrawn from the European Union’s Code of Practice on online disinformation, per the bloc’s internal market commissioner, Thierry Breton. In a tweet last night — which
This week, Worldcoin, an outfit that aims to serve as proof of personhood in a world where it’s harder by the day to distinguish a human from a bot, raised $115 million in Series C funding. Led
To run 60-minute startup board meetings that create value, replace your 80-slide deck with a simple three-page memo.
While Chegg beat analyst expectations for the first quarter of the year, it also raised a warning that didn't fall on deaf ears.
So far, Skyflow has found notable international adoption. The company does more than 40% of its current business with non-American customers.
OpenAI’s CEO Sam Altman has been touring Europe for the past few days, meeting head of governments and startup communities to talk about AI regulation, ChatGPT and beyond. In his latest on-stage app
Facebook’s parent Meta has given key assurances to U.K. antitrust regulators as it looks to counter concerns over how it uses advertising data to benefit its own products. The news comes in the
Here's a full teardown of Faye's 19-slide pitch deck with which it raised a $10 million Series A round.
Hello, and welcome back to Equity, a podcast about the business of startups, where we unpack the numbers and nuance behind the headlines. Mary Ann and Alex were a dynamic duo this week, taking
Info Edge, the largest shareholder in Bizcrum Infotech, the holding firm of Bijnis, has written off its entire investment in the Indian startup, citing “principles of conservatism and prudence,&
Just because a capital-intensive company needs funding, it doesn’t have to accept the first financing offer it receives.
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Reliance Industries, run by India’s richest man Mukesh Ambani, is gearing up to deploy a winning strategy from its past playbook for the fashion market: low-cost products. Ajio, Reliance’s ret
Introductions for a soft landing can be crucial, but the real value lies in gleaning substantive feedback from experienced investors.
Chinese startups aspiring to make it big in the West now face a major hurdle: their connections to home. The scrutiny faced by TikTok in the U.S. over its management structure and data practices is a