The Latest from Alex Wilhelm
How could companies like Coinbase, which reported massive growth and huge profits last year, now be in a position where they would need to slash staffing?
The implosion of the SPAC boom has proven a multiquarter process. We may be in the final throes of the experiment, at least from a startup perspective.
What should we make of the steady drumbeat of doom and gloom from investors on Twitter and elsewhere? We talked to Index Ventures' Mike Volpi to get his perspective.
We put together a list of issues currently tripping up the web3 market, which is inclusive of everything from cryptocurrencies and decentralized finance to non-fungible tokens.
Hello and welcome back to Equity, a podcast about the business of startups, where we unpack the numbers and nuance behind the headlines. Alex and Grace are back to cover the biggest, best and badde
Does the spurned $17 billion offer from earlier this year appear more attractive in light of the current downturn? Sure, but enough to put Zendesk's decision to decline in doubt? Let’s find out.
How will all of these BNPL-focused providers fare with Apple pounding its way into their market?
DocuSign has committed the new cardinal sin of technology companies: losing more money as growth slows.
Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. The show is largely off this week, which means that we don’t
The data doesn't appear to indicate that there is a more attractive way to view NFT activity today. It is, by a number of measuring methods, depressed at the moment. This meets our view of a slump.
This is not an exercise in knocking back a few shots of haterade. Instead, it's a reminder that consumer demand for products like digital collectibles is fickle and ever-changing.
GitLab just showed that it's possible to make investors so very happy that they reprice you by more than 25% in a single day. Let's find out how.
Let’s dig into the early Q2 data on venture capital investment into LatAm startups, and then discuss the halo effect — or lack thereof — of Latin American giants like Nubank.
Some private technology companies in less flashy markets didn't fall prey to the 2021 hype cycle and are, in some cases, chugging toward an IPO. And they haven't gotten much credit for their work.
You might think that the substance of what Apple announces matters to folks buying and selling its shares on any given day, but it mostly doesn't.
The question for Bolt is what sort of multiple it has to obtain to reach market-pricing parity.
The 2020-2021 boom in venture capital totals was, to some degree, a unicorn bonanza.
In a fresh SEC filing this morning, Twitter shared a letter it received from Elon Musk’s legal team indicating displeasure with the company’s offered information regarding the level of
Things are worse, but they are far from bad. And that's something to hold onto.
None of this should be a surprise; the business cycle always turns.