Chinese Startups See Funding Boom In Automotive Sector
Morning Report: TuSimple, an autonomous trucking startup, has raised a $55 million series C. The deal represents broader interest in Chinese-based auto startups.
Leaders vs. Followers: Can VC Investors Spot The Next Big Thing?
Many venture investors fancy themselves as both trend-spotters and trend-setters. But are VCs really that good at getting out ahead of the curve?
As Bitcoin Tests New Heights, Crypto Theft Keeps Happening
Morning Report: Another crypto theft underscores the surging sector’s risks.
The US-Based Tech Company That Just Went Public In London
Boku, a United States-based carrier billing company, listed on the London Stock Exchange’s Alternative Investment Market (AIM) today, selling £45 million in stock. Let’s peek into the Boku offering to see what happened and what we might learn from it.
Stitch Fix’s First Day Pop Fades Even As Its IPO Largely Succeeds
Earlier today Crunchbase News reported that the Stitch Fix IPO first day was going well. However, as the day rubbed along, shares of Stitch Fix slipped, finally closing the day up a narrow one percent after spending the afternoon flirting with its original price.
Pre-Seed Venture Aims To Help Startups Do More With Less
As seed and series A rounds have grown increasingly larger over the past decade, a new category of funding has emerged: the pre-seed round.
As Rockets Deliver, Satellite Startups See An Explosion Of Interest From VCs
Delivering matter, specifically satellites, to the upper bounds of our atmosphere remains wildly expensive. However, the promise of lower launch costs, improved tech, and standardization in satellite technology is attracting entrepreneurs with high-flying ambitions and VCs with funds to match.