A boom in gaming acquisitions signals how much the industry has grown.
LinkedIn found that its members would prefer writing out-of-office emails if they were more fun. So, Cameo helped turn them into carols.
Plus: Huckleberry Finn(ance), cavities to fill, and DocuSign woes.
Canva has grown from humble origins to a $40B design powerhouse, and one of Adobe’s fiercest competitors.
Ramp is a startup that offers corporate cards and spend management software that is valued at $3.9B.
Automattic, the parent company to WordPress, recently executed a $250m buyback, valuing the company at $7.5B.
Salesforce announced plans to launch a streaming service for business professionals called Salesforce+.
Teamflow, a startup that offers virtual collaboration software, raised $35m to build a better hybrid work experience.
CFOs want to replace Microsoft Excel with new tools. Why? Remote work has exposed Excel’s weaknesses.
ZoomInfo plans to spend $575m to acquire Chorus.ai to broaden their offering for sales teams.
Autodesk is a $65B software firm that powers the critical infrastructure our lives depend on.
Internet Explorer once controlled 95% of the browser market. Today, it has <1% share and Microsoft is moving onto the Edge browser.
Squarespace started in 2003 in a University of Maryland dorm. Here’s a timeline of its path to success.
Following an internal disagreement, Basecamp’s CEO released a “no politics” policy. It backfired and a third of the company resigned.
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