Is this a company going public while markets are hot so it can try to limp across the finish line? Or is Honest something honestly more exciting?
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This is why I only buy index funds. No one knows what anything (interesting) is worth.
Some venture capitalists are turning to data to move more quickly. Some are spending more time preparing to be vetted themselves. And some investors are simply doing the work beforehand.
Robotic process automation (RPA) unicorn UiPath last night priced its IPO at $56 per share, above its raised price target range of $52 to $54. The company sold 9,416,384 shares at that price, alongsid
The investment landscape for insurtech startups is off to a hot start in Q2 2021.
A stunning first quarter in venture capital funding was not restricted to the United States; Europe also had one hell of a start to the year.
This week Scale AI raised a $325 million Series E. The company, as TechCrunch has written, works in the data labeling space. And it has been on a fundraising tear over the last few years.
Robotic process automation platform UiPath filed its first S-1/A this week, setting an initial price range for its shares. The numbers were impressive, if slightly disappointing because what UiPath i
Is there less risk and more opportunities for VCs who are looking to back crypto and fintech startups?
We're diving into the data with help from Sarah Kunst of Cleo Capital, Jenny Lefcourt of Freestyle Capital, Iris Choi of Floodgate and Laela Sturdy of CapitalG.
In light of the Microsoft-Nuance deal, we dug into the AI venture capital market. What’s happening on the startup side in the artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) space?
Last month was Uber's best in history in terms of gross sales on its platform. That's good, but not as good as you might think.
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Twitter is abuzz with the news that Topps, a company perhaps best known for making collectible trading cards, is going public via a SPAC. The reverse merger with its chosen blank-check company values
Let's learn about Alkami and its software, dig into its backers and final private valuation, pick apart its numbers, and then check out its impending IPO valuation.
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Choosing which option is best from a buffet's worth of possibilities is an interesting task for startup CEOs and their boards.
The Exchange doubts many folks expected the IPO climate to get so chilly without warning. But we could be in for a quarter's pause.
Deliveroops. After a lackluster IPO pricing run, shares of Deliveroo are lower today, marking a disappointing debut for the hot delivery company. A good question to ask at this juncture is why Deliver