Startups Weekly: Will future unicorns go public sooner?
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Magic Leap’s $2.6 billion bait and switch
Intended or not — I assume it wasn't — Magic Leap became a $2.6 billion bait-and-switch, the consequences of which are now all too apparent.
The New York Times Company acquires Audm, an app that turns longform journalism into audio
Audm, a startup that turns longform journalism into audio content, has been acquired by The New York Times Company, it announced this morning. While there are other services that turn news articles in
Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman announce the name of their stealthy mobile video startup
Called Quibi, short for quick bites, the company is creating content with notable filmmakers Sam Raimi, Guillermo del Toro and Antoine Fuqua.
“How Not To PR” By Tinder
Have you heard about the Tinder Meltdown (TM)? Some even called it a "stunt." In case you haven't, here's the quick and dirty: a piece appeared on Vanity Fair that Tinder didn't like. And it reacte
Miyamoto, other tech folk make Vanity Fair's New Establishment list
Photo from Wired Vanity Fair, the fanciest trashy magazine there is, has publishedwhat is calls “The New Establishment,” a list of 100 of the top movers and shakers across all industries.