Morning Markets (Bonus): Two wins and one miss. Not bad for three companies which sport $0 in profits between them. As promised, there were three IPOs this week that we had eyes on. Now that we’re on the other side of the working period...
A couple of deals you may have missed this week.
Trinity Ventures, which has been in the VC game since 1986, targets less for Fund XIII than any since the late 1990s.
In 2019, it seems that there’s very little upper bound for capital and resulting valuations bestowed upon the hottest of tech startups.
We look at ride-hailing companies as they barrel toward becoming the "super app" of their respective regions.
The San Mateo-based firm has been in the VC business since the early '80s and has managed over $2 billion.
Is it bad when founders take lots of money off the table? Maybe. Also, listen to our podcast.
In the past three quarters, the percent of money raised by female-only founded startups has not broken past 3 percent.
China once accounted for a plurality of global dollar volume, beating out the U.S. this time last year. Now, not so much.
Just two months after landing a $7 million seed investment, San Francisco’s InCountry has raised a $15 million Series A for its data-residency-as-a...
Berlin-based banking upstart N26 raised additional capital in an inside funding round, with existing investors participating in the deal.