Life is complicated and so — increasingly — is work-life. That’s the premise underpinning Polywork, a new professional social network founded by Lystable/Kalo founder, Peter Johnson.
With so much focus on the “creator economy”, and countries hit by the effects of the pandemic, the self-employed market is “booming”, for good or for ill. So it’s not too muc
Not everyone has Type 2 diabetes, the disease that causes chronically high blood sugar levels, but many do. Around 9% of Americans are afflicted, and another 30% are at risk of developing it. Enter so
In a creator-economy world, if you’re only as good as your last YouTube video, then your next YouTube video had better be bigger and louder than the last. Vibely, a new startup co-founded by Asana a
Bling Capital, YouTube co-founder Steve Chen, Twitch co-founder Kevin Lin and several others have participated in the round.
It’s often said that the dramatic fall of crypto prices last year ushered in a new era for technology-focused startups in the blockchain space, and the same argument can be made for the venture
Consider this the end of an era. After 15 years of working together, first at PayPal and then at YouTube and most recently at incubator Avos Systems, YouTube co-founders Chad Hurley and Steve Chen are
<a target="_blank" href="http://www.avos.com/#contact">AVOS Systems</a>, the company <a target="_blank" href="http://www.crunchbase.com/company/avos">founded by</a> YouTube founders Chad Hurley and St
Amidst widespread criticism, Mark Zuckerberg's political advocacy group FWD.us gained some momentum today as it announced Steven Chen and Barry Diller have signed on as financial backers. Chen was a c
As we <a href="https://techcrunch.com/2011/08/29/pony-ma-and-lei-jun-anchor-disrupt-beijing-line-up/">announced</a> last week, we've been busy securing some of the most exciting names in China for our
You can learn all sorts of interesting tidbits from legal documents. For instance, in one of the <a href="https:/
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Every year the World Economic Forum names its Young Global Leaders, a list of up-and-comers from the world