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These twin sisters graduated Stanford and went straight to Silicon Valley’s hottest startup incubator. Now, they’ve raised $2.5 million to...
Kerry and Anna Wang went through Y Combinator after graduating Stanford to launch Searchlight. Here's how it changes the hiring process.
The CEO of Workato explains how a game to teach kids to code inspired his team to go from working out of his house to winning a new $70 million invest...
Workato creates software that helps applications "talk to each other." Its CEO explains how it can take on MuleSoft, Dell Boomi, and Zapier.
Sentry, a startup co-founded by a former Dropbox engineer that helps developers run more reliable code, just raised $40 million
The startup Sentry has closed $40 million from Accel and New Enterprise Associates. Here's how the company grew from an open source project.
The CEO of NPM, a startup that provides a crucial service to 11 million developers, has resigned after a year-long tenure marked by controversy
A quantum computing startup that spun out of a Harvard lab just came out of stealth mode with $2.7 million in seed funding from investors like Samsung...
Aliro, which spun out of Harvard University's quantum computing lab, has emerged from stealth. Here's why investors are betting on the startup.
Cloudflare, the next big cybersecurity IPO company, says it may have violated US law by doing business with terrorists and narcotics traffickers
Cloudflare is about to launch as a public company, and has quietly disclosed that it's been doing business with blacklisted entities.
The president of $20 billion Stripe explains the three-pronged master plan as it opens a new service for small business loans
Stripe is perhaps best known as a payments processor, but it's getting into the moneylending business with Stripe Capital.
Startup founders who sold their last 3 companies just got $28 million for a fourth, to build a business from a popular project started by Google and N...
The startup Armory builds a business around the open source project Spinnaker. Its CEO explains how it can eliminate a "soul sucking experience."
These brothers, formerly from DigitalOcean, just got $15 million from Accel to build a company they hope will represent the NYC tech scene
Catalyst CEO and co-founder Edward Chiu explains how he test drove his software at DigitalOcean and how he learned to hire better at his company.
CircleCI creates CI and CD software, which allows developers to release code faster and more often. CEO Jim Rose explains his plans for the future.