Founders Fund has been significantly slowing the pace of its dealmaking as the venture market cooled and valuations dropped. We look at the numbers.
Five companies joined The Crunchbase Unicorn Board in February — the fourth month in a row for new unicorns to number in the single digits.
Startups in cyber, defense and biotech all saw some large rounds in a week that for once was not dominated by artificial intelligence.
February may be the shortest month of the year, but there were still some large rounds in that short time period.
Wiz Becomes $10B Cybersecurity Unicorn But Says New Money Won’t Go To Israel Amid Turmoil Over Judicial Reform
The Series D funding was led by Lightspeed Venture Partners and existing investors Greenoaks Capital Partners and Index Ventures.
Huge rounds were the theme of the week, as we saw six rounds of $100 million or more — including two of a half-billion dollars or more. What’s...
Managed detection and response (MDR) company Deepwatch closed a $180 million round of “equity investments and strategic financing” to both push...
As with most societal problems that technology has a prime role in propagating, innovators believe tech will also play a major part in mitigating the...
The U.S. government has flagged quantum computing as a key technology that is important for national security reasons.
The new year did not start slowly, as U.S.-based startups saw five rounds of more than $200 million.
5 Interesting Startup Deals You May Have Missed In January: Genetically Engineered Trees And Securing Space
We take a look at five noteworthy rounds from the start of the year, with funding going to startups ranging from genetically modified trees to to a...