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While these services could help consumers access pricey necessities — in the case of health or childcare — is it really a good idea for consumers to start paying off even more in installments?
The last decade has been pretty friendly to startup founders at the deal table. Who needs dilution protection when the market is steadily going up and to the right?
The U.S. has seen monthly funding drop 36.7% through the end of May, while Europe saw a decline of 50% in the same period. But it doesn't feel like the European market is in nearly as much of a panic.
DX is now emerging from stealth with 5,000 developer teams from companies including Chime and Upwork on board.
While startups could serve as a lifeline of innovation, the process to get a government contract is thorny and long. Dcode wants to help.
Over the past year, numerous notable women investors have left their roles at established firms to launch funds of their own.
Sarah Guo is the latest woman to depart their position at a venture capital firm with plans to launch one of their own. On Tuesday, Guo announced on Twitter and LinkedIn that she is stepping down from
Startups acquiring other VC-backed companies is nothing new. But up until the last few years, these transactions were mainly large and infrequent. Now, they are getting smaller and more frequent.
Whenever pro-rata rights are involved, you can always smell some drama.