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SpinLaunch spins up a $35M round to continue building its space catapult

SpinLaunch spins up a M round to continue building its space catapult SpinLaunch, a company that aims to turn the launch industry on its head with a wild new concept for getting to orbit, has raised a $35M round B to continue its quest. The team has yet to demonstrate their kinetic […]

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Another former Kleiner partner launches a fund; this time it’s Lynn Chou O’Keefe with Define Ventures

Another former Kleiner partner launches a fund; this time it’s Lynn Chou O’Keefe with Define Ventures Kleiner is known for many things. Among them, increasing, the growing number of people who’ve logged time at the firm, then struck out on their own to start hang their own shingles. The latest among them: […]

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Where top VCs are investing in digital health

Where top VCs are investing in digital health The world of healthcare has notoriously been described as “broken” — plagued with high-friction workflows, sky-high costs and convoluted business models. Over the past several years, a long list of innovative startups and salivating venture investors have pinned their focus on repairing the healthcare […]

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Figma’s Community lets designers share and remix live files

Figma’s Community lets designers share and remix live files As designers grow both in sheer numbers and within the hierarchy of organizations, design tool makers are adapting to their evolving needs in different ways. Figma, the web-based collaborative design tool, is taking a note from the engineering revolution of the early aughts. […]

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First mover advantage: Does it matter in startup fundraising?

First mover advantage: Does it matter in startup fundraising? Russ Heddleston Contributor Share on Twitter Russ is the cofounder and CEO of DocSend. He was previously a product manager at Facebook, where he arrived via the acquisition of his startup Pursuit.com, and has held roles at Dropbox, Greystripe, and Trulia. Follow him […]

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Startups Weekly: Upfront Ventures bets on a bus service

Startups Weekly: Upfront Ventures bets on a bus service Hello and welcome back to Startups Weekly, a weekend newsletter that dives into the week’s noteworthy news pertaining to startups and venture capital. Before I jump into today’s topic, let’s catch up a bit. Last week, I profiled an e-commerce startup Part & […]

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Sam Lessin and Andrew Kortina on their voice assistant’s workplace pivot

Sam Lessin and Andrew Kortina on their voice assistant’s workplace pivot Sam Lessin, a former product management executive at Facebook and old friend to Mark Zuckerberg, incorporated his latest startup under the name “Fin Exploration Company.” Why? Well, because he wanted to explore. The company — co-founded alongside Andrew Kortina, best known […]

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Slack’s value rockets as stock closes up 48.5% in public debut

Slack’s value rockets as stock closes up 48.5% in public debut It was a historic day for Slack (NYSE: WORK). The workplace communication software juggernaut debuted on the New York Stock Exchange up 48% at $38.50 per share after reports emerged Wednesday night that the business had agreed to a reference price […]

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Startups Weekly: The Peloton IPO (bull vs. bear)

Startups Weekly: The Peloton IPO (bull vs. bear) Hello and welcome back to Startups Weekly, a newsletter published every Saturday that dives into the week’s noteworthy venture capital deals, funds and trends. Before I dive into this week’s topic, let’s catch up a bit. Last week, I wrote about the proliferation of […]

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Slack narrows losses, displays healthy revenue growth

Slack narrows losses, displays healthy revenue growth Workplace messaging powerhouse Slack filed an amended S-1 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday weeks ahead of a direct listing expected June 20. In the document, Slack included an updated at look at its path to profitability, posting first-quarter revenues of $134.8 […]

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