VCs shouldn’t get too hung up on a company’s chances of winning an entire category, because most won’t. And that’s fine.
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.
'There would be all this pressure to go public, but then there wouldn't be an appetite for it. And so [it would] be harder to get out.'
It may feel like the tech jobs market is in the doldrums, but the data suggests that it could be much more robust than you think.
For most startups it is hard to land a government contract but IVIX has landed multiple inside the U.S. and beyond.
Serve's going public gives us the rare opportunity to closely follow a startup's crucial, early growth days in a nascent market.
Thomson Reuters has been around since the 19th century, but it's not stuck there, embracing AI as a way to help customers and employees.
Tiger Global sold its Flipkart stake at a valuation 7% below the startup's last primary round. This outcome isn't likely to happen again.
Black founders have never raised more than 2% of capital in any given quarter.
As many entrepreneurs jump on the AI bandwagon, investors are being choosey about which kinds of companies they back.
Electric utilities have been anticipating a surge, but Musk says their predictions are far too modest.
The startup is building a machine, VitalOne, that can perform more than 50 blood tests and get patient results back in 20 minutes.
While SAFEs are generally considered founder friendly, when you get into the details it's less clear why they would be over priced rounds.
Futureverse is making tools that brands can use to build content for the metaverse, but not the one that Meta is envisioning.
A new report from Capchase found that SaaS company growth wasn't as tied to venture-capital backing as founders likely thought.
There's good reason to believe that the massive correction in venture capital activity that we've seen over the past six quarters has run its course.
While seed-focused VCs are enjoying this market, other investors are pulling out and deal count numbers are down.
Suffolk Technologies decided to raise outside capital instead of being a CVC to increase its scale and what resources it could offer founders.
The U.S. VC market has seemingly found a new normal: the number of deals and amount of dollars invested in startups so far this year is stabilizing.
New U.S. inflation data is augmenting tech stocks, helping shares of cloud companies reach prices they haven't been close to for nearly a year.