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OpenView goes bigger with seventh fund, closing on $570M to invest in business software startups

Partner Mackey Craven says the product markets for business software “are stronger than they’ve ever been.”

Ford lifts the hood on its EV business, Turo updates its IPO filing and Waymo releases a safety case for AVs

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How Mindbloom’s CEO sees the future of psychedelic mental health

“What was something amazing that happened to you this weekend,” Mindbloom’s CEO Dylan Benyon asked me, less than 30 seconds into our call. His bright eyes and relaxed demeanor radiated a deep pe

Sonos Era 100 and Era 300 review: The next generation of great, reliable multi-room sound

Sonos Era 100 and Era 300 speaker review. Both speakers punch above their weight in terms of performance and value.

France bans recreational apps like TikTok on government devices

France is the latest country taking steps to ban TikTok from government-managed devices.

Upheaval in venture banking can help us get back to basics: efficient growth

The reality is that most founders and venture funds don’t know what the market price is on startup valuations at the moment.

Alibaba founder Jack Ma returns to China after a year of uncertainty

Jack Ma’s whereabouts are making headlines again, roughly a year after the billionaire founder of Alibaba disappeared from the public eye. Ma had chosen to stay abroad despite China’s effo

GitHub takes down repository containing Twitter’s source code

GitHub has taken down a repository that contained proprietary source code to Twitter after the social network filed a DCMA takedown request.

Here’s how to stream March Madness 2023

We hope you’ve filled out your brackets by now because the madness is officially here. Last night kicked off NCAA Selection Sunday, where the full March Madness schedules were finalized for the NCAA

Activist investor Elliott ditches director nomination plans for Salesforce

Activist investor Elliott Investment Management won't be proceeding with plans to nominate directors to Salesforce's board.

First Citizens is acquiring $72B in deposits and loans from Silicon Valley Bridge Bank

First Citizens has agreed to buy Silicon Valley Bank, the California lender whose collapse sent shockwaves through the financial sector.

Pinterest is testing new ways to shop in Shuffles collages

Pinterest is testing ways to integrate Shuffles collage content into Pinterest, starting with shopping. Shuffles, which is Pinterest’s collage-making app, launched to the general public last Nov

Why this round of tech optimism feels different

One of my most joyous technology memories concerns Project Origami. The effort from Microsoft, Intel and others launched ultra-mobile PCs, or UMPCs. The devices, akin to squeezing a full Windows machi

Oma Fertility to speak on building a better IVF experience on TechCrunch Live

Join TechCrunch Live on March 29 at 12 pm PDT to hear Oma Fertility's Gurjeet Singh and Chrissy Meyer of Root Ventures speak on building a better IVF experience.

The story of how Dave took the long road to become a neobank

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Blinded by the speed of change

My grandfather lived through an incredible period of technological change. He saw the invention of the automobile, the airplane and the rocket. He lived through the dawn of the atomic age and the main

Forget banks: Investors should be worrying about the climate

Where the fuck is the panic?

The layoffs will continue until (investor) morale improves

We're seeing lots of tech layoffs, but evidence suggests that they do more harm than good both for employee morale and long-term performance.

Just 7 days until the TC Early Stage early bird flies away

Book your TC Early Stage pass before April 1 and save up to $200 before early bird pricing closes.

The tide has shifted for solo GPs

Welcome to Startups Weekly, a nuanced take on this week’s startup news and trends by Senior Reporter and Equity co-host Natasha Mascarenhas. To get this in your inbox, subscribe here. It’s hard to
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