Kate Clark

Kate Clark


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

Report: WeWork expected to cut 500 tech roles

After postponing its IPO, WeWork is making big cuts.

Startup says ‘Sober is the new black’

Tempest's online sobriety school offers a tech-infused path to recovery — for a price

Why we’re still waiting on the Postmates S-1

Postmates CEO Bastian Lehmann on 'choppy' public markets, competitors and more.

Top VCs on how to break into venture capital

These are the two most common paths to venture.

Why San Francisco is still the gold mine for tech startups

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast where each week we discuss other people’s copious dollars and lacking sense. This week was special! Kate and Alex we

WeWork expected to announce major layoffs

Two weeks after WeWork CEO Adam Neumann resigned, layoffs are expected.

Meet Vise AI, the startup reimagining portfolio management

This TechCrunch Disrupt Battlefield startup wants to upend Wall Street's antiquated wealth management system.

Brex wants to replace startup bank accounts with Brex Cash

Brex announces its newest product, Brex Cash, onstage at TechCrunch Disrupt.

Startups Weekly: Alpha Medical wants to rebuild women’s healthcare

In this week's newsletter: Peloton's stock market debut, Bodega's rebrand and Kapwing's Series A.

TC’s Greg Epstein and Kate Clark talk mental health startups and the ‘Cult of the Founder’

Some weeks, tech ethics is in the news. And some weeks, it IS the news. This week was one of the latter. There were so many ethically fraught news stories about technology companies over these past fe

Peloton, WeWork, Vox, Bodega, Kapwing and oh boy are we tired

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

‘We are seeing volume and interest in Peloton explode,’ says company president on listing day

Making the world more fit one $2,245 bike at a time

Israeli VC PICO Venture Partners closes on $80M

The 4-year-old firm is an investor in Vroom, a used car marketplace, and cloud automation tool Spotinst.

Bodega, once dubbed ‘America’s most hated startup,’ has quietly raised millions

The startup — now Stockwell — is backed by GV, NEA and DCM Ventures.

Symantec’s Sheila Jordan named to Slack’s board of directors

Newly-public Slack taps cybersecurity expertise for growing board.

Your guide to WeWork’s CEO shuffle

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

Google veteran Tony Wang joins 500 Startups as managing partner

Wang was most recently the COO at Color Genomics.

WeWork CEO Adam Neumann steps down

WeWork's Adam Neumann to become executive chairman.

Startups Weekly: Upfront Ventures bets on a bus service

In this week's newsletter: Airbnb, WeWork and Postmates prep IPOs.

At TechCrunch Disrupt, insights into key trends in venture capital

Learn from top VCs at TechCrunch Disrupt.
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