Kate Clark

Kate Clark

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Kate Clark is a reporter at TechCrunch covering startups and venture capital. She’s interested in diversity & inclusion, consumer technology, mobility and more.

She previously covered the venture capital ecosystem for PitchBook News.

A Seattle native, she is a graduate of the University of Washington, where she studied journalism and international studies.

Reach Kate via e-mail at kate.clark@techcrunch.com or on Twitter @KateClarkTweets.

The Latest from Kate Clark

Medallia stock up 76% following first day trading on the NYSE

Sequoia's Medallia stake was worth upwards of $1.8 billion on Friday.

India’s Oyo valued at $10B after founder purchases $2B in shares

Ritesh Agarwal has reportedly purchased back $2 billion in shares from VC firms Sequoia and Lightspeed Venture Partners.

Can you really predict the next generation of unicorns?

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines.

CrowdStrike impresses with first earnings report

CrowdStrike sees revenue growth of more than 100% year-over-year in first earnings report.

Fifth Wall Ventures raises $503M for second real estate fund

Fifth Wall Ventures, an investor in Clutter, b8ta, ClassPass, Lime and others, has raised $503 million for its sophomore venture capital fund. The firm, which closed on $212 million for its debut fund

Startups Weekly: Zoom, Superhuman and small reactions to big scandals

In this week's newsletter: An inside look at TechCrunch's Mobility Conference, Credita's big fundraise and Bumble's bad week.

Hospitality business Sonder confirms new investment, $1B+ valuation

Apartment rental marketplace Sonder is closing a $225 million investment.

New Pinterest features encourage brands and creators to upload more videos

Pinterest introduces new video uploading tool, a video analytics tool for businesses and more.

Birth control delivery startup Nurx introduces STI home-testing kits

This is the startup's first product launch following an NYT report that outlined irresponsible business practices.

Equity transcribed: Investing elsewhere with Revolution’s Clara Sieg

Welcome back to the transcribed edition of the popular podcast Equity. Kate Clark had the hosting reins this week and welcomed Revolution’s Clara Sieg to the studio. They discussed the trend of

Startups Weekly: 2019 VC spending may eclipse 2018 record

In this week's newsletter: When to seek VC backing, Lance Armstrong's VC career and Calm's big raise.

Lance Armstrong’s Next Ventures targets $75M

Next Ventures' portfolio includes sleep and activity tracker Oura, smart muscle stimulation device PowerDot and others.

Investing elsewhere with Revolution’s Clara Sieg

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines.

Pod Foods gets VC backing to reinvent grocery distribution

How a failed cookie startup paved the way for next-gen logistics and distribution software.

Bird investor Upfront Ventures eyes $250M growth fund

The LA-based VC closed on $400 million for its latest early-stage fund in 2017.

Sam Lessin and Andrew Kortina on their voice assistant’s workplace pivot

The founders of Fin are betting on the consumerization of the enterprise.

VCs bet on Aegis AI, a startup using computer vision to detect guns

Startups look to new technologies to protect against gun violence.

Equity transcribed: SoftBank-backed startup cracks under pressure to scale

Welcome back to the transcribed edition of the popular podcast Equity. This week, TechCrunch writers Kate Clark and Connie Loizos were joined in the studio by Canvas Ventures’ general partner Re

Startups Weekly: What’s next for WeWork?

In this week's newsletter: Postmates preps its IPO, Cameo gets $50M and Elizabeth Holmes gets a court date.

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes to stand trial in 2020

Holmes, facing 11 criminal charges, was indicted by a grand jury last June.
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