March 7, 2021
First impressions of AppLovin’s IPO filing – TechCrunch

AppLovin released its S-1 filing yesterday, bringing the Palo Alto-based mobile-app-focused software company a step closer to joining the public markets. The business results detailed in the document are generally impressive. While some companies going public in recent months have detailed pandemic-fueled growth to lean against or membership in a sector hotter than individual results,…

March 6, 2021
After 200% ARR growth in 2020, CourseKey raises $9M to digitize trade schools – TechCrunch

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit and forced educational institutions to go virtual, many were scrambling to develop online or blended curriculums. That struggle was particularly challenging for trade schools, many of which were not designed to teach online and were mostly paper-driven.  CourseKey, a San Diego-based trade school management SaaS startup, was in a unique…

March 6, 2021
The stocks rally takes a breather as Bitcoin and crude futures climb

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March 6, 2021
From the ashes of nearly a billion dollars, Ample resurrects Better Place’s battery swapping business model – TechCrunch

A little over 13 years ago, Shai Agassi, a promising software executive who was in line to succeed the chief executive at SAP, then one of the world’s mightiest software companies, left the company he’d devoted the bulk of his professional career to and started a business called Better Place. That startup promised to revolutionize…

March 6, 2021
11 words and phrases to cut from your VC pitch deck – TechCrunch

May Habib is co-founder and CEO of Writer.com, an AI writing assistant for teams that helps everyone at a company write with the same style, terminology and brand voice. She graduated with high honors from Harvard, is a member of the World Economic Forum and is a Fellow of the Aspen Global Leadership Network. You…

March 6, 2021
Bottomless closes $4.5M Series A to scale its subscription coffee business – TechCrunch

As a devoted coffee drinker I was enthused by the idea of Bottomless. The Y Combinator-backed startup sends its users coffee as they run low so that they never run out of the Magic Juice of Life. What could be better? Because life is somewhat funny, after signing up for its service the company reached…

March 6, 2021
Some Thoughts on For-Profit Psychedelic Startups and Companies

Credit: Lewis MinorThis week has been a fascinating firestorm for me.  Part of the excitement came after a series of tweets I published about some of the concerns I have as psychedelic medicine makes the leap from research to for-profit startups and companies. Here is what I wrote:“I am very concerned by the patent land…

March 6, 2021
Dear Sophie: Can you demystify the H-1B process and E-3 premium processing? – TechCrunch

Sophie Alcorn Contributor Sophie Alcorn is the founder of Alcorn Immigration Law in Silicon Valley and 2019 Global Law Experts Awards’ “Law Firm of the Year in California for Entrepreneur Immigration Services.” She connects people with the businesses and opportunities that expand their lives. More posts by this contributor Dear Sophie: Which immigration options are…

March 5, 2021
Cashify raises $15 million for its second-hand smartphone business in India – TechCrunch

Tens of millions of people each year purchase a second-hand smartphone in India, the world’s second-largest market. Phone makers and giant online sellers such as Amazon and Flipkart are aware of it, but it’s too much of a hassle for them to inspect, repair and resell used phones. But these firms also know that customers…

March 5, 2021
Why PwC is making its diversity data public

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