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This $20 billion startup is reportedly cutting lavish perks as it tries to kill its employees’ ‘entitlement syndrome’ ahead of a pos...
Palantir — a high-profile Silicon Valley data analytics company — is trying to cut down on its spending as it strives for profitability.
Meet the insanely successful cofounder of Qualtrics who doesn’t like to work ‘as a matter of principle’ — and just sold his c...
Jared Smith is the COO and cofounder of Qualtrics, working with his younger brother, CEO Ryan Smith. Over the weekend, the Smiths sold the company to SAP for $8 billion.
Square Payroll allows small businesses to give their employees access to benefits like health insurance, retirement savings, pre-tax spending, and workers' compensation.
SAP will buy Qualtrics for $8 billion.
This startup wants employers to stop giving its workers lavish perks and start helping them pay their student loans
Students today graduate with $37,172 in debt. Here's how this San Francisco-based Y Combinator startup wants to help employees pay off loans faster.
VMware bought the startup founded by the ex-Googlers who created one of the hottest technologies in Silicon Valley
The cloud computing company VMware announced that it would acquire Heptio — a startup cofounded by two of the original co-creators of the mega-popular Kubernetes platform.
Utah-based Qualtrics plans to raise as much as $495 million in an IPO that could instantly double its $2.5 billion private valuation
On Monday, Utah-based software startup Qualtrics announced the price range for its IPO. Qualtrics is expected to go public later this month.
Three-year-old startup HeadSpin just announced $20 million in series B financing. It creates a platform that makes it easier for developers to test mobile apps on actual devices.
This 29-year-old’s side project has officially grown into a $1.9 billion cloud company with a huge new $100 million round of funding
On Thursday, HashiCorp announced it had raised $100 million in funding. This brings the company’s valuation to $1.9 billion.
Asana Business is a new service from Asana, the $900 million startup started by Facebook cofounder Dustin Moskovitz.