Panasonic’s acquisition of Blue Yonder is the latest billion-dollar deal marrying a manufacturer with a software firm.
UiPath’s software does robot-like work for humans -- tasks like filling forms, moving files, inputting data, and scraping documents.
Have you ever seen someone post “link in bio” on Instagram. Turns it’s a huge business opportunity.
Ghost is an open-source alternative to Substack for newsletter publishers. Creators are already making $2m a year on its platform.
A leading no-code company (Zapier) acquired a leading no-code community (Makerpad).
System admins keep the internet humming. #Hugops is a hashtag recognizing their efforts.
Watershed -- a powerhouse founded by former Stripe engineers and funded by giants like Sequoia and Kleiner Perkins -- enables companies to track and reduce carbon emissions at every part of their business.
Founded by Berkeley academics, Databricks just raised $1B at a $28B valuation to build data lakehouses.
Flash remade the internet, but Steve Jobs’ decision not to support it for the iPhone started a decadelong decline that finally ended on Dec. 31, 2020.
Salesforce’s stock is up 50% since late February, and the software giant is now looking to spend on Slack.
Discord started as a chat app for gamers. Now it has 250m+ users, is worth $3.5B and the sky's the limit.
Twilio’s $3.2B deal for Segment puts the communications firm into a lucrative business vertical.
Why the ’90s company leaped to the top of the App Store charts.
Cloudflare is a swiftly expanding tech giant you’ve never heard of, but it’s no stranger to controversy.
Vista Equity partners is buying a majority stake in coding for dummies platform, Quick Base, putting the software company at a billion dollar valuation.
Twilio added email to the list of its automated communications tools with the $2B acquisition of email platform SendGrid.