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“Trait No. 1: Focus on cancer immunotherapy.” So, uh, that might be a hard one to replicate.
A juicy excerpt from Ryan Holiday’s new book Conspiracy: Peter Thiel, Hulk Hogan, Gawker, and the Anatomy of Intrigue.
Restaurant delivery service DoorDash is joining the unicorn club with its latest round of funding — a round that was led by SoftBank Group.
The secret to Spotify’s public market debut is actually an acquisition it made in 2014. The Echo Nest was powering music recommendations for Beats Music, Rdio, Vevo and iHeartRadio before Spotify pulled it out from under them.
Circle is an interesting startup because it’s hard to keep track of what it does.
On average, Revolut now attracts between 6,000 and 8,000 new users per day. While social networks or messaging apps would be reasonably happy with those numbers, it’s ridiculously high when you compare this growth rate with good old banks.
The bike rental startup is blaming the shutdown on vandalism.
For years, one of the Holy Grails of web design has been trying to automate the transformation of front-end design into clean code. Y Combinator-backed Pagedraw has developed a tool to fulfill that vision in a modern context.
Industrious pitches itself as a more premium version of WeWork, offering co-working space and workplace services to some 35 locations across 25 cities nationwide.
For a monthly fee, Rhino provides your landlord with an insurance policy for the potential damages that would normally be covered by a deposit.