Kate Clark

Kate Clark

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Kate Clark is a reporter at TechCrunch covering venture capital. She’s interested in diversity & inclusion, e-commerce, transportation and more.

She previously wrote about VC for PitchBook News.

A Seattle native, she graduated from the University of Washington in 2016 after completing a double major in Journalism and International Studies.

Reach Kate via e-mail at kate.clark@techcrunch.com

The Latest from Kate Clark

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki addresses hate speech controversy

YouTube is standing by its decision not to remove Steven Crowder from its platform.

Equity transcribed: What happens to late-stage VC if the Vision Fund goes away?

Welcome back to the transcribed edition of the wildly popular TechCrunch podcast, Equity. This week Kate Clark and Alex Wilhelm convened in the new studio to discuss the biggest venture capital news o

Startups Weekly: The Peloton IPO (bull vs. bear)

In this week's newsletter: Bird gets acquisitive, Stripe puts on its VC hat and Thumbtack looks for new cash.

What happens to late-stage VC if the Vision Fund goes away?

Hello and welcome back to Equity, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines.

Zoom outperforms in first-ever earnings report

Zoom shares are gaining ground following report of major revenue growth.

Thumbtack is raising up to $120M on a flat valuation

Raising VC at a flat valuation is often a sign investors are uncertain of a company's future prospects.

Postmates taps longtime Apple engineer to boost autonomous delivery efforts

Ken Kocienda will manage Postmates X, the team behind its semi-autonomous delivery robot.

Legacy, a sperm testing and freezing service, raises $1.5M

Bain Capital Ventures bets on fertility.

‘Socially Inept,’ a comedy startup founded by Microsoft employees, roasts tech bros

'Socially Inept,' a new traveling comedy company, is making a business out of mocking techies.

Sources: Bird is in talks to acquire scooter startup Scoot

Consolidation is afoot in the micromobility industry.

Uber is finally trading above its IPO price

Uber (NYSE: UBER) closed up 5 percent Wednesday.

Social Capital reincarnated

Social Capital tried to disrupt VC and fell apart. Tribe Capital is picking up the pieces.

Aaron Rodgers raises $50M for Rx3 Ventures, a consumer fund backed by influencers

Rx3 Ventures is an investor in HIMS, Hydrow, VICIS, CorePower Yoga and others.

VCs bet $12M on Troops, a Slackbot for sales teams

Troops helps sales teams communicate via Slack.

Fitness startup Mirror nears $300M valuation with fresh funding

Mirror, which sells a $1,495 mirror that doubles as an interactive home gym, is raising more VC.

Equity transcribed: Is the tech press too positive in its coverage of startups?

Welcome back the latest transcribed edition of Equity, the TechCrunch podcast that takes a closer look at the startup headlines from the week. Kate Clark and Alex Wilhelm kick this week off by discuss

Startups Weekly: Will the real unicorns please stand up?

In this week's newsletter: CrowdStrike readies its IPO, Brex eyes a $2B valuation and SoFi lands a whopping $500M.

Slack narrows losses, displays healthy revenue growth

Slack posted first-quarter revenues of $134.8 million on losses of $31.8 million weeks ahead of its NYSE direct listing.

Is the tech press too positive in its coverage of startups?

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

Uber lost another $1B last quarter

Uber shares its first earnings report as a public company.
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