A quick look at the recent moves from the public and crypto markets, and what their moves may mean for startups.
Capitalists are accused of being obsessed with making money. Startup reporters seem to be the opposite. We’re infatuated with losing money.
Global software giant SAP is buying Utah unicorn Qualtrics in an $8 billion deal. We caught up with the CEOs of both companies this morning about the...
What a weekend for mergers and acquisitions. A public company and an almost public company have found new homes.
When Qualtrics first filed to go public, we were impressed by its financials. Now let's check the price.
Xiaomi and Meituan-Dianping, which reached the top of the global unicorn charts while private, are not faring as well in public life.
The Research Triangle area in North Carolina (made up of the cities of Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill) has consistently topped lists related to...
Sean Fanning of OpenView discusses the implications of public market volatility on the software business.
Brazilian payment processor StoneCo has priced its IPO at $24 per share.
Yesterday was terrifically bad for most tech companies. Let's get a handle on the carnage.
Just a few months ago, software-as-a-service (SaaS) companies and other public firms that provide cloud-based products were flying high.