We're seeing a lot of folks push their capital into just a few squares on the betting table. One way or another, the result is going to be notable.
Spotify is simply tinkering with its economics so that it is more attractive to investors. That means it needs to pay fewer salaries.
We won't be getting our hands on a Shein filing just yet, but we can’t wait to.
The Rover deal is expensive, but it has some notable caveats that tell us quite a lot about the state of the market for tech, and tech-enabled, companies.
New data from Salesforce, Zuora, Okta, Nutanix and Snowflake makes it plain that several tech sectors are doing better than a lot of people expected.
Has late-stage investing declined so much that no technology subsector can really post impressive investment numbers?
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.
Here's a rundown of the key names reporting third-quarter results this week and what we might learn from them.
So, there were some nonprofit folks up against a wall of money and influence. Guess who won?
The crypto community has been enjoying a welcome reprieve from the dismal climate of the past year but it's unclear if these recent gains will translate into more lasting interest in the decentralized
Several political perspectives are shaping quite a lot of the work on artificial intelligence, and so we need to understand them, especially now.
Flexport CEO Ryan Petersen made it clear that while he was keen on buying Convoy because of the "incredible tech stack" it built, he wasn't buying its strategy.
It's notable that interest rates have risen so much that revenue from cash holdings have grown large enough that their positive earnings impact is broadening.
Thoma Bravo is paying a fat premium to take EQS private ahead of what it anticipates to be a lucrative time for the company's market segment.
Can tech companies meet rising investor confidence in their value with future results that will defend or extend those gains?
New data from TMTG and Rumble can help us understand how right-leaning social media services with long-term goals of building less restricted digital infrastructure are faring.
If the savings are even half as good as Battery seems to think that they may prove, startups could be in for a more efficient, and more valuable, future.
Samara raised $41 million "to bring high quality ADUs to every backyard in California and beyond." ADUs refer to accessory dwelling units, or more plainly, backyard homes.
Let's do a quick summary of results from Arm, Klaviyo, and Instacart, and ask how they perform once we allow for IPO-related costs.
It may seem incongruous to see Circle considering going public during a crypto winter, but the IPO does not come as a massive surprise given its source of revenue.