The Latest from Kate Clark
Los Angeles-based WeRecover raised the funds from Crosslink Capital, Box Group, Wonder Ventures, Struck Capital and others.
Palo Alto-based Poynt was launched in 2014 by the former head of Google Wallet and longtime PayPal executive Osama Bedier.
Uber and Lyft put an end to forced arbitration earlier this year.
The second wave of Internet-era travel companies has captured the attention of venture capitalists.
Moogsoft has laid off 30 employees and completed two C-suite hires. Its new COO Amer Deeba recently resigned from Qualys following SEC charges of insider trading.
TouchBase is selling a line of VC trading cards, featuring Paul Graham, Marc Andreessen, Mary Meeker and Bill Gurley.
Former Intel Capital managing director Lisa Lambert has launched National Grid Partners.
There's a new group focused on supporting black investors.
Lime has launched its e-scooters and e-bikes in Melbourne and Sydney.
Co-founders Ariel Cohen and Ilan Twig wow'd investors with TripActions 700% annual growth rate.
A robot that can clean your house, a blockchain-powered social network and 18 other startups presented to investors at SkyDeck's 8th demo day.
Tinder is leading growth for Match Group (NASDAQ: MTCH), which posted third-quarter earnings of 44 cents per share on Tuesday.
One week after Lime tapped David Richter as its first chief business officer, it's announced another addition to its c-suite.
Two former private equity executives have entered the venture capital business via Bracket Capital.
Due to ancient British legislation, Bird's scooters will only be available in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
7-Eleven is piloting a new mobile check-out process called Scan & Pay.
Andréa Mallard, the former chief marketing officer of Athleta, has joined Pinterest as its first-ever CMO.
All-female founding teams have raised 2.2% of U.S. VC so far this year; mixed-gender teams have raised about 13%.
The book's characters have Instagram accounts, too.
The VC fund backed by Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos and other tech luminaries is offering early-stage startups access to its killer network.