VCs have long supported fast-fashion companies but the controversies and lawsuits they draw makes them riskier investments.
Boomerang thinks so. It uses machine learning to match photos and descriptions of lost items to streamline the lost and found process.
M&A is expected to rise in 2024, but we won't likely see a lot of consolidation among startups that wouldn't make it on their own.
A recent secondary stock sale shows that investors are starting to value Stripe above its most recent, slashed, valuation.
Spotta's devices can identify bugs before they become infestations, both indoors and outdoors.
Montamo hires and trains people to work in the clean energy transition with an emphasis on helping migrants build a new career.
Nth Cycle is one of the few startups tackling the cleantech's carbon-heavy supply chain and building a cleaner infrastructure for the sector.
RepeatMD recently raised a $50 million Series A round to serve the exploding med spa industry that is built on consumer beauty trends.
Pippin Title uses AI to help its customers navigate the fragmented world of property titles into one digital space.
There is a growing group of startups looking to expand the BNPL model into other categories.
It’s been over a year since Adobe announced that it intended to buy Figma for $20 billion, yet the two companies are still separate entities.
Popup Bagels raised $8 million in venture capital this week. But why would a bagel store chain want such expensive capital?
Tucker Carlson has raised $15 million for a new subscription-based entity. But he'll need more than name recognition for it to succeed.
Good morning! We have lots of good stuff for you this Tuesday, so let’s dig right in. Up first, we surveyed six investors who are placing bets on AI. We wanted to know how startups should begin buil
Why would a VC firm want to own its own healthcare system? Why would it want that stress or such a costly asset when it could just continue with its healthcare partnerships?
While many startups are looking to be the next Twitter, those targeting specific communities may find a better outcome.
Bold creates personalized exercise programs for seniors to reduce injury. It's one of the latest companies expanding the eldertech sector.
It's not surprising Victory Park Capital can't find a buyer for its stake in Perch; this market is tough for Amazon aggregator startups.
Would you eat lab-grown meat? Would you give the same answer if someone asked you to use a beauty product that had lab-grown collagen as an ingredient? Cellular agriculture — the process of growing
While we don't have the numbers, it seems safe to assume Parade won't be the only DTC startup to see a similar exit.