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Coinbase is banning salary negotiation and speeding up equity payouts.
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Everything you need to know about Dogecoin, Safemoon, Cumrocket, Jesus Coin, Garlicoin.
Choice is a retirement account that holds stocks, gold, ETFs and -- crucially -- digital assets.
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Food waste releases significant methane in landfills. Lomi addresses this issue with a home product that turns waste into soil (in as little as 4 hours).
Co-founders Michele Romanow and Andrew D'Souza tell us about Clearco's new products including SAAS and inventory funding as well as a "Y Combinator for the 99%".
CEO Chrisman Frank tells us how Synthesis is creating a platform that teaches problem solving for children that "want to learn how to build the future."
The rolling fund will focus on investments in consumer, creator economy and e-commerce startups.
The Mormon Church has quietly amassed a $100B fund to support religious and humanitarian causes. A new lawsuit alleges donation misuse fraud.
Tencent -- the ~$800B Chinese tech firm that owns WeChat -- put up an absurd gain of $120B on its investment portfolio last year.
Indie was a venture capital firm focused on profitability before scale. It just closed its doors.
Public -- a trading app combined with a social network -- makes investing a lot more approachable. We spoke with its co-CEO Leif Abraham to find out more.
Investor and founding Tesla board member Laurie Yoler answers our most pressing questions about her career and thoughts on tech.
After the WeWork debacle, billionaire investor Masayoshi Son has cleaned up his books and is back with more firepower.
Warren Buffett’s $6B+ bet on Japanese trading houses is his biggest one outside of America. Why did he do it, and what does it say about Japan?