We interviewed investors Momei Qu and AJ Malhotra about the latest tech in property and housing development.
Investors say regulation will help alternative seafood make additional strides, and they are optimistic that traction will be found.
The majority of unicorns are valued at less than $2 billion, which makes it likely that most won't keep that status after their next raise.
Even though the hype around web3 faded in 2022, many investors are still bullish that the technology could be transformational.
The crypto VC industry has become more selective due to the market downturn and wavering trust, but major firms are still investing in the space.
For investors, ChatGPT’s surge isn’t just an inspiration for them to run and back the next big AI tool.
It's unlikely that many investors came close to predicting what would play out in 2022. But, hey, there's always next year.
"I think a lot of the narrative that many investors put out there about investing in more Black founders was mostly just talk."
TechCrunch+ collected book recommendations from both venture capitalists and founders. Here we have investor favorites, and we'll follow up with notes from founders tomorrow.
As the fundraising climate reverts to pre-pandemic levels, Black founders discuss how they're preparing for next year.
To get a better idea of how AI is affecting biotech in 2022, we asked six investors to tell us what they look for in a biotech startup today.
3 proptech investors explain how reducing emissions can trim a building’s carbon footprint and offer new opportunities for returns.
We asked BuildBuddy, Monte Carlo and Egnyte what they think about their public cloud choices and the strengths and weaknesses thereof.
3 VCs talk about which fintech-focused startups have the best shot at survival and the advice they are giving startups in their portfolios.
Cloud cost optimization startups have found a friendly ear in enterprise clients looking to cut costs. Should younger startups follow suit?
Investors are paying more attention to founder and startup behavior and many won't invest in startups that could compromise their ethics.
Climate change and geopolitical instability are wreaking havoc on agriculture, so we surveyed seven investors to learn what they're looking at.
Seeing significant M&A activity and repricing in the public insurtech cohort left us wondering about their private peers: Are the same trends at play and to what extent?
How is venture tackling women's health challenges after the overturning of Roe? We surveyed eight investors to find out.
It always feels good to get paid, so it’s no surprise that a payroll model like earned wage access (EWA), which lets employees withdraw their accrued wages at any time, has exploded in popularity.