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

The 11 best startups from Y Combinator’s S19 Demo Day 1

Y Combinator, the genesis for many of the companies that have shaped Silicon Valley including Airbnb, PagerDuty and Stripe, has minted another 200 some graduates. Half of those companies made their pi

Y Combinator’s Michael Seibel on building startups, early-stage deal-making and tech’s center of gravity

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

All 84 startups from Y Combinator’s S19 Demo Day 1

It’s that time of year, Silicon Valley’s investor technocrati and advice-giving Twitter celebrities descended upon Pier 48 in San Francisco to judge the latest summer batch of Y Combinator

Startups Weekly: The mad dash to the public markets

In this week's newsletter: Meet the soon-to-be Y Combinator graduates

Slack co-founder Cal Henderson and Spark Capital’s Megan Quinn are coming to Disrupt SF

If there is one company at the top of everyone’s mind this year, it is Slack. The now-ubiquitous workplace messaging tool began trading on the New York Stock Exchange in June after taking an unu

Y Combinator-backed Narrator wants to become the operating system for data science

"We're effectively your data team," explains Narrator co-founder Matthew Star.

Birth control delivery startup Nurx approaches $300M valuation

Nurx raises $52 million in debt and equity funding in a round co-led by Kleiner Perkins and USV.

Making sense of the WeWork S-1 (or trying to)

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

WeWork reveals IPO filing

WeWork is expected to go public as soon as next month.

Axios’ Dan Primack on ‘the most polarizing startup that exists’

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

Postmates to drop IPO filing next month

Postmates is gearing up to makes its S-1 public in September, TechCrunch has learned

BuzzFeed’s former CTO joins digital health startup Ro

Ro hires Todd Levy after four years at BuzzFeed.

Startups Weekly: Angel vs. VC

In this week's newsletter: A WeWork IPO update, the investment opportunity in healthcare and an electric bus unicorn.

Startups seek sperm… and venture capital backing

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

Uber lost more than $5B last quarter

Uber's second quarter earnings report is here.

Keith Rabois, BoxGroup back New York-based Brex competitor

Ramp Financial, led by Capital One-acquired Paribus founders Eric Glyman and Karim Atiyeh, has raised $7 million.

Sperm storage startups are raising millions

Men's fertility solutions capture the attention of venture capitalists.

Postmates expects to land first-ever permit to test sidewalk delivery robots in San Francisco

On-demand delivery business Postmates is expected to receive the first-ever permit for sidewalk robotics operations in the city of San Francisco. According to San Francisco Public Works, the permits a

The Pill Club is donating 5,000 units of emergency contraception

How birth control delivery startups can better support women in today's political climate.

Squad, the ‘anti-bro startup,’ is creating a safe space for teenage girls online

Why CEO Esther Crawford is rewriting the playbook for social startups
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