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Startups are ditching the garage and getting invited to the clubhouse

Welcome to Trending, the weekly newsletter of BI Prime's tech coverage. This week: high stakes funding for startups and Peloton's Churn concern.
From left to right: ZigZag, Houndstooth, and Polkadot patterned Allbirds.

Allbirds just dropped 3 limited-edition patterned sneakers — here’s what they look like

Allbirds just launched its first-ever patterned sneakers. Here are the limited-edition styles you can get right now.
Eero was among the first companies to offer mesh WiFi "systems" to consumers.

Here’s how much investors may have lost in Eero’s fire-sale deal to Amazon, according to leaked documents

Amazon's Eero acquisition was valued at $97 million, a fire-sale deal that was significantly less than the company's most recent reported valuation.

Former AOL CEO Tim Armstrong wrote a weird memo announcing his startup’s spirit animal, and picking the wolf because it’s ‘flow̵...

"We are building a Flow State culture" is why Tim Armstrong's new ecommerce startup likens itself to the wolf.

OCBC launches new business offering serial entrepreneurs easier access to loans for new start-ups

Over S$100 million in business loans had been approved in a year-long pilot.
Smoooth Dogg

Rapper Snoop Dogg is partnering with Swedish fintech unicorn Klarna, and has become a major shareholder

The Drop It Like It's Hot rapper has a history of investing in startups
A man wears a Bitcoin logo t-shirt on the floor of the Consensus 2018 blockchain technology conference in New York City, New York, U.S., May 16, 2018.

Startup founders are skeptical about the future of cryptocurrency, but that hasn’t stopped them from investing in it anyway

A survey of hundreds of startup founders found that a majority of them don't expect cryptocurrency to be a major asset to the tech industry.
Mark Cuban.

Mark Cuban, Cindy Robbins, and more: Find out what they’re up to at IGNITION 2018

We're excited to announce the latest round of additions to our packed IGNITION agenda.
Mark Cuban has a new book called "Kid Start-Up".

Mark Cuban explains the steps any parent should take when their child has an idea for a business — whether you think it’s good or not

Mark Cuban said it's up to parents to guide their children when they show an entrepreneurial streak. In his upcoming book "Kid Start-Up," Cuban said parents can help their children by coming up with an action plan for their business idea.

The 30-year-old cofounder of Spoon, a granola brand that got its start on the British version of ‘Shark Tank,’ is planning to expand

Business Insider met with 30-year-old Annie Morris, one half of Spoon, an urban cereal brand that focuses on quality ingredients. She took her 'mild obsession' with cereal and turned it into a business with her cofounder and brother-in-law Jonny Shimmin.