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SUCCESS INSIDER: A legendary VC now asks job candidates about WeWork — and the answer says a lot about arrogance
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A former scientist at one of Silicon Valley’s top food startups just landed $3.5 million to take on a $240 billion market using tools from Big P...
Because Shiru isn’t putting a stake in one particular kind of food, it has the potential to disrupt an entire class of animal-based products.
Millennials love plants so much they’re convincing tech companies to replace office artwork with ‘living walls’
Tech companies are embracing millennial's interest in plants and wellness to attract talent encourage them to work longer hours.
The buzzy Silicon Valley startup is converting from chapter 11 to chapter 7 bankruptcy, which means it'll cease operations and liquidate. uBiome once convinced VCs that testing poop was worth $600 million.
A founder of billion-dollar startup Hims publicly proclaimed he’s made hundreds of millions and is well on his way to becoming a billionaire by ...
Jack Abraham said in a since deleted post that he's a self-made entrepreneur who's on track to become a billionaire "by my mid to late 30s."
$2.4 billion scooter startup Lime is raising more money, and its next check could come from SoftBank
The green and white scooter startup Lime is looking to raise another mega-funding round just months after announcing its $300 million series D.
This early SpaceX investor watched Elon Musk bounce back from failure — and the VC says he wants the same qualities when hunting for startup fou...
The venture capitalist watched Musk speak with employees after a rocket launch failed and the company used up the last of its $100 million in funding.
One of the largest scooter companies that’s taking over cities around the world reportedly lost $100 million in three months — and wants t...
Raising more money could help Bird pass Lime to be the most valuable scooter startup. startup. A company spokesperson said the loss figure was inaccurate.
Down with ’30 Under 30′: How the myth of the young founder is completely misguided — and leading to Silicon Valley lies
People who found a company at 50 are likely to be more successful than those at 30, research suggests.
The Silicon Valley tech ethos of 'move fast and break things' is not being counterbalanced by the healthcare principal of 'do no harm,' experts say.