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Drug giant Pfizer isn’t ready to abandon neuroscience — here’s its $150-million ‘star cluster’ strategy for betting on p...
Execs from pharma giant Pfizer shared their strategy for keeping an eye on neuroscience — if not from the front row, then at least from the sidelines.
Even well-established private companies are at constant risk of failure, as evidenced by some of the startups that went out of business in 2018.
It took a day for WeWork’s CEO to recover from the shock of a $16 billion SoftBank investment falling apart
After hearing a $16 billion investment had fallen apart, WeWork CEO Adam Neumann was reportedly able to salvage part of it by returning to negotiations.
Unified access management startup OneLogin has raised over $170 million in total. Here's how it plans to take on Microsoft and Okta.
WeWork's rebrand is part of the company's goals to push beyond providing desk space and to expand into creating residential and educational units.
SoftBank has slashed a planned $16 billion mega-investment in WeWork after facing objections and will now invest $2 billion
The Japanese tech investor will put just $2 billion into WeWork, down from plans to invest $16 billion, according to the Financial Times.
A legendary Los Angeles music manager and venture capitalist asks himself one question when deciding which companies to invest in
Legendary Los Angeles music manager and venture capitalist Troy Carter spoke at Business Insider's IGNITION Conference Tuesday afternoon in NYC.
17 exciting startups you didn’t know were backed by Silicon Valley’s biggest venture capital firms and startup accelerators
If you want to know which start-ups are going to make it big, look at the portfolios of Silicon Valley's biggest venture capital firms and start-up accelerators.
Check out our exclusive list of the top 12 venture capital firms making deals in the booming marijuana industry
Check out Business Insider's exclusive list of the top venture capitalists in the cannabis industry. These firms are signing the most deals — and they're showing no signs of slowing down.
From Lady Gaga's former manager to some very famous CEOs, lots of people have money to make if Uber goes through with its 2019 IPO.