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This week in startups: Turvo takes center stage, a mental health unicorn emerges and Reddit rakes in cash.
Regal Healthcare Capital Partners backs Extend Fertility with $15 million to help the egg-freezing service expand to new markets.
To better measure aptitude of applicants, online career marketplace Hired has acquired Py, which helps companies like Opendoor and Niantic identify talent with app-based interactive courses on Python,
The 8-year-old business is backed by Spark Capital, Founders Fund, Uncork Capital, Slow Ventures and more.
Airbnb has hired Fred Reid, the founding CEO of Virgin America, as its global head of transportation.
An investigation by Consumer Reports may force electric scooter businesses to double back on safety measures.
Uber Freight co-founders Charlie Bergevin and Brian Cristol have left for Turvo, a venture-funded collaborative logistics platform.
The startup, backed by Vaultier7 and Kairos, has delivered 1 million meals across the U.S. in the last year.
Ritual is backed by Norwest Venture Partners, Forerunner Ventures and Founders Fund.
The company has taken its first official step toward a rumored direct listing.
FertilityIQ's survey also indicates some companies implicated by the #MeToo movement improved their fertility benefits in 2018.
The electric scooter CEO shed light on the issues plaguing the micromobility industry and what's next for the high-flying startup.
This week in startups: Celebrities mingle with VCs at the Upfront Summit, Pinterest preps banks for IPO and Sam Altman has a grand new idea.
The actor's artist-collaboration platform raised the cash from Javelin Venture Partners, Crosslink Capital and Advancit Capital.
Backed by firstminute capital and Third Kind Ventures, Dadi wants men to be more aware of their biological clock.
Despite a number of well-publicized hiccups, venture capitalists are betting another $500 million on health insurance provider Clover Health, TechCrunch has learned.
Men and women's wellness startup Hims has raised $100 million on a $1 billion pre-money valuation.
A former Munchery employee is demanding wages in a new lawsuit and more former employees speak out.
Sapphire Ventures launches a dedicated sports and entertainment fund as investment in esports skyrockets.