SaaS management companies are an opportunity within an otherwise crowded market.
Three of the eight French startups selected for Y Combinator's Summer 22 batch are also former residents of the Station F campus in Paris, so we chatted with its director, Roxanne Varza.
Here's another sign of the times: Free tiers are becoming less generous.
Startup founders in Central and Eastern Europe will soon have more dry powder to chase.
Germany's €30 billion plan for its startups has a national goal -- making sure that profits from homegrown successes stay home.
With all eyes on Taiwan and worries mounting around semiconductor supply, the U.S. CHIPS Act is timely. But it is not unique: Other countries also aspire to reduce their reliance on imported chips.
Many Big Tech companies are notoriously hard to get a hold of when running into any sort of problem. Yet, consumer-facing startups excel at customer support with far fewer resources.
Several startups want to make it easier and friendlier for individuals to buy stocks. But isn't pandemic-era stock picking just a bad habit that'd better be left behind?
Cashless transactions are on the rise, but cash payments are still a reality for American cannabis dispensaries and emerging countries – and they come at a cost. Are we ready for the end of cash?
Health tech right now benefits not only from the rise of open data, but also from the democratization of data analytics and privacy-preserving synthetic data.
The information on term sheet provisions may have been forgotten during the last cycle, but at least it's available, which is less the case for university spinouts and M&As.
From early IPOs to startup crowdfunding, are non-professional investors assuming more risk than they should?
French President Emmanuel Macron hopes there will be 100 French unicorns by 2030. Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire, 10 homegrown decacorns. But shouldn't we all dream of centaurs instead?
It's not just in fintech that API solutions are on the rise — and helping solve a great range of problems.
"We're not a startup, we're a scaleup." Why would a tech company say that? Let's explore.
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Cannabis, sextech and psychedelics are often lumped together under the "vice" category — a characterization that prevents many VCs from investing in these spaces. But does that make sense?
Deep tech has become a hot topic in Europe. One of the key arguments: European countries have great universities and talent. But how can academic talent translate into startups?
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Facebook is struggling to reinvent itself under the same leadership that brought it success. Twitter, in contrast, is now run by a non-founder, and added a controversial power-user to its board.