Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This week we took a look back at the year’s M&A market, which brought some big wins and some low lights. Equity this week was Katie Roof, Alex Wilhelm, and Jamie Leigh,
Twitter Chief Information Security Officer Michael Coates is leaving the company, The Verge first reported. Word on the street is that Coates is leaving to start his own company. Coates has reportedly been replaced on an interim basis by Joseph Camileri,
We’ve described Burrow as a startup that brings a Casper-style approach to sofas, so perhaps it’s no surprise that the company has raised funding from one of Casper’s investors. Burrow is announcing a $14 million Series A led by New Enterprise Associates.
We knew Jack Dorsey was bullish on bitcoin, but some new quotes reveal that he’s really really bullish. In an interview with the Times of London,
Could this be just the beginning of a much bigger Cambridge Analytica scandal for Facebook? The answer rides on how transparent Facebook is actually being right now. CEO Mark Zuckerberg put forth a statement and plan to improve data privacy, but omitted some of the most greivous inquiries,
Uber appeared set to hire Assaf Ronen, the former vice president of Amazon’s voice and natural user interface shopping, to lead its products — but it looks like that isn’t going to happen due to a discrepancy in his working history, according to Recode.
It’s been almost eighteen months since the boards of AT&T and Time Warner unanimously voted to sign an agreement to merge their two companies together and create a content and distribution powerhouse. That deal, pegged at $108 billion including debt from Time Warner,
“I started Facebook, and at the end of the day I’m responsible for what happens on our platform” Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg posted after days of the public and government officials waiting for him to speak up about the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
There’s more misery ahead for Huawei, which just saw AT&T pull out of a deal to carry its first smartphone, and fellow Chinese tech firm ZTE. The duo are well known for their growing smartphone businesses worldwide,
GM and Cruise are making progress on their plan to deploy autonomous vehicles on roads for the public: Today, it’s showing off its fourth-generation Cruise Autonomous Vehicle (AV), which comes just a few short months after it first revealed its third-generation vehicle.
Confusingly jamming Stories in between private messages has sparked backlash amongst the first users of Snapchat’s sweeping redesign. In the few countries including the U.K.,Australia, and Canada where the redesign is widely available, 83 percent of App Store reviews (1,
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Not all McDonald's are created equal.McDonald's Australia, also known as Macca's to those Down Under, is trying out a new way to entice Australians into its golden arches: gourmet food.See also:
They say the line between genius and a multi-million-dollar flaming mess in the Pacific Ocean is razor-thin. Read more...
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Samsung is reportedly planning to announce a bigger version of its flagship Galaxy S6 Android smartphone later this year.According to Samsung-focused blog SamMobile, the Korean electronics giant will introduce a Galaxy S6 Plus at the annual IFA consumer electronics trade show in Berlin in September.
MANCHESTER, Tennessee — Despite the dominating humidity and cough-inducing dust, love is in the air again at Bonnaroo, as couples tie the knot until death do they partEvery year, on this sprawling 700-acre-farm-turned-music-festival, people get engaged and married because it's where they met,
成功的商业模式都是相似的，死掉的则各有各的死法。近日 Medium 一篇文章中，Uber 的早期投资方 Sherpa Ventures 提到，他们一直以来都在寻找符合这五个条件的商业模式：1. 只需要最小的资金开支2. 可以快速复制3.