Coca-Cola joins the growing list of consumer brands experimenting with NFTs with its recent launch.
Paul English, former co-founder and CTO of Kayak, just launched a new startup: TikTok for podcasts.
Paul English, former Co-Founder and CTO of Kayak, just launched a new startup that aims to be TikTok for podcasts.
Travis Scott has signed a production deal with A24, the film studio behind prestige films like “Uncut Gems,” “Moonlight,” and “Lady Bird.”
Gen Z teens are taking their talents to Depop and making big money flipping vintage items.
Landis, a ‘rent-to-own’ startup focused on financial inclusion, raised a $165m round from investors that include Jay-Z and Will Smith.
Teamflow, a startup that offers virtual collaboration software, raised $35m to build a better hybrid work experience.
Lacuna, a startup that offers digital twin software for cities, raised $16m to help improve city transit networks.
CFOs want to replace Microsoft Excel with new tools. Why? Remote work has exposed Excel’s weaknesses.
Zoom is spending $14.7B to purchase Five9, which makes AI-powered contact center software.
ZoomInfo plans to spend $575m to acquire Chorus.ai to broaden their offering for sales teams.
The Amazon marketplace is currently valued at $300B with potential to double in the next 5 years.
Autodesk is a $65B software firm that powers the critical infrastructure our lives depend on.
Co-founder and CEO Dejan Pralica tells us how SoleSavy is taking a community-first approach to disrupt the $100B sneaker market.
Josh Clemente launched Levels (an arm patch and app that measures blood glucose) to help people make better diet decisions.
Eddie Machaalani is the co-founder of BigCommerce. He tells us how he got started, the state of ecommerce and his request for a startup.
Fitness tracker app Strava is up to 70m users, adding an impressive 2m users a month!
The Masters golf tournament released its first virtual shop to appease rabid golf fans.
Discord started as a chat app for gamers. Now it has 250m+ users, is worth $3.5B and the sky's the limit.
More than a dozen medium-sized internet companies are looking to form a coalition to lobby against sweeping rule changes related to Section 230.