Fixed, the app that helps you fight tickets, gets acquired by a law firm

Sometimes the government, not the startup, wins. Case in point: Fixed, the company that began as a tool to help drivers fight their parking tickets through the use technology, has been acquired. Fi

Why unicorns falter

In early February 2016, a study of financing deals reported by The Wall Street Journal found that investors are increasingly protecting themselves from IPOs that don’t perform as expected. This fall

Beyond Tech IPOs

Technology darlings like Uber, Pinterest and Airbnb may be taking their time on the way to exit, but that doesn’t mean IPOs aren’t happening. They’re alive and well in the consumer space -- from

Anatomy Of An Undisclosed Investment Or Exit

In this post, I’ll attempt to scratch beneath the surface a little and explore the story behind the undisclosed investment or exit. It will draw on conversations with investors and founders who have

Stock Photography Service Shutterstock Files For IPO, Plans To Raise Up To $115 Million

The online stock photography service <a href="http://www.shutterstock.com/">Shutterstock</a> filed <a href="http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1549346/000104746912005905/a2209364zs-1.htm">its plan

Ancestry.com Acquires Archives.com For $100 Million

Utah-based genealogy site <a href="http://www.ancestry.com">Ancestry.com</a> just announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement with Silicon Valley-based startup <a href="http://inflection