We put together a list of venture funds operated by some of the larger food and beverage producers, covering literally everything from soup to nuts (plus lunch meat and soda, too!).
Africa has made its global IPO debut. Pan-African e-commerce company Jumia—a $1 billion-valued company—began trading live on the NYSE last week. The stock offering made Jumia the first upstart operating in Africa to list on a major global exchange. This raises expectations for unicorns and IPOs to create the continent’s first wave of startup moguls. […]
In this week’s newsletter: More IPOs, Boston Dynamics dog-like robot makes its debut and Ro raises $85M.
Williams has already dominated on the tennis court and is now looking to take on the world of venture capital.
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Pinterest is the latest high-profile tech unicorn to go public.
Over the past half a decade, the tidal wave of niche brands delivering new kinds of products to consumers and doing so online has changed the retail and CPG landscapes forever.
Venture investors, private equity, and corporations funneled $2 billion into digital health startups in the first quarter of 2019, down 19% from the nearly $2.5 billion invested a year ago. There were also 38 fewer deals done in the first quarter this year than last year, when investors backed 187 early stage digital health companies, […]
Zoom, a profitable tech unicorn, has begun trading on the Nasdaq.
The $850 million clinched this year so far puts the industry on course to beat its 2018 levels.
Venture capital investment in cryptocurrency and blockchain startups will…