Stripe has announced that it’s laying off 14% of its workers, impacting around 1,120 of the fintech giant’s 8,000 workforce. The latest round of layoffs follows a string of cutbacks in the
Entrepreneur First made a name for itself a decade ago in its home base of London, and then further afield, for the novel approach it takes to tech investing: Rather than seek out interesting, scaling
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We’ve spent so long asking tech to turn its attention to real-world problems. Let’s not complain when they do so now.
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At Twitter's Flight conference, one of the stand-out portions of the keynote was a pretty epic on-stage coding exercise. It lasted about a half-hour and turned into a sample project that was immediate