Now Is the Time to Change Redundancy Strategy
By reducing its size to protect cash flow, a company can irrevocably harm itself.
Casper Sleep Seeks to Wake up Wall Street
The mattress firm's IPO filing says it is the first company to serve the growing "sleep economy" in a "holistic" way.
SoftBank Posts Record Loss on Startup Bets
“My own investment judgment was really bad. I regret it in many ways," CEO Masayoshi Son admits.
Silicon Valley Bank Buys Leerink for $280M
The acquisition will enable to SVB to expand its investment banking services for life sciences companies.
Coinbase Names Alesia Haas as First CFO
The current finance chief of hedge fund Och-Ziff is leaving Wall Street for fintech at "a critical moment for the cryptocurrency industry."
It’s a Big Year for Emerging Growth Companies
Here's some practical advice for companies that did an IPO under the JOBS Act and now must transition to full-public-company status.
The New World of the R&D Tax Credit
Big changes in the R&D tax credit spawn major savings for small businesses and startups.
GE Adds Two Startups to Industrial Internet Push
The acquisitions of Bit Stew Systems and Wise.io Inc. will bolster GE Digital's software offerings for industrial customers.
WeWork Staff Cuts May Indicate Growth Pains
Some industry watchers say the workspace provider could be suffering from "a real estate bubble that it — and its competitors — helped to create.”
Which Payment Strategies Will Succeed?
Transparency, simplicity, and the customer experience are fueling payments innovation.
ID Verification Startup Jumio Files Chapter 11
Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin has offered $22.7 million to buy the company, which has been struggling to raise funding.