Crunchbase News's weekly roundup of venture deals that may have flown under your radar.
On the heels of Zoom’s S-1 filing, social giant and San Francisco unicorn Pinterest publicly filed to go public. The company’s long walk to the...
Berlin-based Spark Networks SE swiped right yesterday for a new dating company: Zoosk.
The warm reception that Lyft's IPO has enjoyed is not lost on other companies looking to go public.
The latest Y Combinator demo day brouhaha got me thinking, weren't ICOs supposed to have taken over by now?
Starbucks Corporation just poured $100 million into a food startup-focused fund, Valor Siren Ventures Fund.
Morning Markets: The five largest American tech companies are once again worth $4 trillion. Let’s remember when we last crossed this threshold...
To cure our curiosity (and hopefully yours), we’re taking a deeper look at Australia with a snapshot of its VC scene.
After speaking to numerous founders about the news, we learned that confidence in Hamilton and Backstage’s mission hasn’t been shaken.
Five startups that presented yesterday afternoon stuck out to me in particular: Pyxai, Mage, Inito, Shef, and Community Phone.
French doctor booking app Doctolib has raised a US$170.4 million (€150 million) Series E that propels it to unicorn status.