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SOC Investment Group alleges Tesla's board isn't independent enough and favors Elon Musk's personal interests over shareholders'.
With a recession possibly on the horizon, investors are writing fewer — and smaller — checks for fintech companies. And they're getting much more selective.
Venture capitalists are betting a new breed of startups from Europe will be the real winners in the crowded "buy now, pay later" space.
Investments in start-ups will be impacted in the short-term, due to the current market environment said Sequoia Southeast Asia.
Investors asking tech firms for a path to profitability are "not going to love what they see," Bravo said.
The bosses of major fintech players have sounded the alarm about deteriorating macroeconomic conditions.
John Collison, Stripe's president, said he's "pretty unapologetic" about decisions to launch similar features to rival fintech firms.
Checkout.com said it will let businesses settle payments in the stablecoin USDC through a partnership with crypto security firm Fireblocks.
Tesla is cutting 10% of its salaried employees CEO Elon Musk wrote in an email to all employees there on Friday.
Web3 aims to create a new version of the internet based on blockchain technology.
European venture capitalists are advising start-ups in their portfolios to cut costs and freeze hiring as economists warn that another recession is inevitable.
As Klarna plans to lay off 10% of its workforce, rival fintech firms Revolut and Wise say they're hiring for hundreds of open roles.
The layoffs highlight a broader shift in investor sentiment toward high-growth tech companies.
Researchers say Elon Musk’s suggested approach for tabulating fake accounts on Twitter is woefully deficient.
Japanese conglomerate SoftBank Group on Thursday posted a record $27 billion loss in its Vision Fund as tech stocks have plummeted in recent months.