VCs have long supported fast-fashion companies but the controversies and lawsuits they draw makes them riskier investments.
Let's make one thing clear: Reddit going public in the first quarter is not going to throw the IPO window wide open for other private tech companies.
This is a concept of user ownership that really rubs me the wrong way.
Siri seems to be lagging the competition in the voice assistant department by a country mile.
Spotta's devices can identify bugs before they become infestations, both indoors and outdoors.
Most startup exits look nothing like the Adobe-Figma deal, which means this breakup won't impact most future startup acquisitions.
Google's losing the antitrust lawsuit concerning the Play Store brought by Epic Games is going to have far-reaching implications for the mobile app economy.
A number of fintech startups similar to Coinbase and Robinhood could benefit from the renewed optimism around the two companies.
Spotify is simply tinkering with its economics so that it is more attractive to investors. That means it needs to pay fewer salaries.
If Shein and Reddit can do better than our miniscule tech IPO class of 2023, they could leave the sort of accelerative impact that tech startups so desperately need right now.
Snap and X are quite different, but they also share much. Let's compare what we know about their finances to find out if X's new valuation is fair.
Popup Bagels raised $8 million in venture capital this week. But why would a bagel store chain want such expensive capital?
Media is a tough game, and wringing value out of words on the Internet is a never-ending battle. We spoke with Medium's CEO Tony Stubblebine about how Medium got itself back on the right path.
While many startups are looking to be the next Twitter, those targeting specific communities may find a better outcome.
Does TikTok owner ByteDance's valuation cut mean that it is a struggling business? Not in the slightest.
How Blue Apron got to where it is today an interesting story, and one that we should trace from the company's IPO through to today.
New AI tech could upend the status quo, and I think that Microsoft adding AI at the OS level could be a big step in that direction.
For startups dying of thirst in this desert devoid of capital, Instacart could not have offered up a more satisfying glass of cool water.
If investor sentiment does turn out to be that good, these IPOs could prove a boon for late-stage startups everywhere.
French battery maker Verkor secured more than €2 billion (around $2.1 billion) to build its Dunkirk gigafactory, which is set to be operational by 2025.