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Duffel raises $30M led by Index Ventures to disintermediate legacy travel platforms

Duffel raises M led by Index Ventures to disintermediate legacy travel platforms Huge travel platforms that run airline booking systems like Sabre and Amadeus were invented eons ago and are so large and cumbersome that innovating with them is no easy feat. In the same way that challenger banks have come along […]

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EV Growth closes $200M fund to cover Southeast Asia’s Series B funding gap

EV Growth closes 0M fund to cover Southeast Asia’s Series B funding gap East Ventures has long been known as one of Indonesia’s longest-serving and most active seed-stage investors, but now it has officially moved up the food chain after it announced a final close of its growth fund at $200 million. […]

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Benchmark is staying focused, targeting $425M for ninth fund

Benchmark is staying focused, targeting 5M for ninth fund VC powerhouse Benchmark has filed to raise $425 million for its ninth flagship fund. While other firms close billion-dollar venture funds despite a history of smaller fundraises, Benchmark is sticking to its guns. The firm, known for its early bets on Twitter, Uber, Snap […]

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One Medical may be in talks to raise more than $200 million

One Medical may be in talks to raise more than 0 million One Medical, the company hoping to disrupt the doctor’s office with concierge services, virtual visits and same-day appointments, is rumored to be in late-stage talks with the Carlyle Group for $200 million in funding, according to CNBC. The firm is […]

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A look back at Uber’s hellish year

A look back at Uber’s hellish year  We endured plenty of the drama Uber packed in for every five-hundred twenty-five thousand six hundred minutes of 2017 — and what a year! From protests to a major sexual harassment probe, the ousting of co-founder and CEO Travis Kalanick, the crowning of new CEO […]

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Kalanick is out, but Uber’s VCs royally screwed up, too, say industry watchers

Kalanick is out, but Uber’s VCs royally screwed up, too, say industry watchers  Travis Kalanick, who last night resigned from his post as CEO of ride-share giant Uber, has taken the blame for the company’s very long list of problems, from allowing a culture of sexual harassment to thrive, to skirting the […]

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