We’re off today to celebrate the Juneteenth holiday in the United States. I hope you have a safe and relaxing weekend.
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This morning, Anna Heim and Alex Wilhelm dug into the EU insurtech market, interviewing European VCs and collating the biggest recent rounds to take the temperature of the waters across the pond.
“The chasm,” a difficult transitional period from visionary early adopters to mainstream customers has been one of the canonical foundational concepts to product-market fit for the past three decades.
The logistics of setting up a startup should be simple, because over the long run, complicated equity setups and cap tables cost more money in legal fees and administration time.
News broke this morning that Bain Capital Private Equity and Crosspoint Capital Partners are purchasing Seattle-based network security startup ExtraHop.
Even without regulation as a stick, consumer demand is now serving as a carrot to increase sustainability’s impact on public companies’ agendas.
Prospective contributors regularly ask us about which topics Extra Crunch subscribers would like to hear more about, and the answer is always the same.
Guest articles are hugely popular with our startup audience, but right now, we are prioritizing submissions from authors who have expertise in the following areas …
Since we were off yesterday for Memorial Day, today’s roundup is brief, but we’ll have much more to recap on Friday.
We’re off on Monday, May 31 in observance of Memorial Day; I hope you have a relaxing weekend!
Lordstown Motors released its Q1 earnings yesterday, and the electric vehicle manufacturer is facing a few challenges.
I’ve experienced enough of the funding game to know that if you fail to spot the warning signs, you’ll live to regret it.
Full disclosure: the second time I worked at a startup founded by Mark Pincus, his dog Zinga slept behind my desk and I was one of her favorite dog-sitters.
When a company chooses to go with supervised learning, it needs to have a strategy that allows them to label data as fast as it acquires it.
In an exclusive TechCrunch exposé, a founder shares the key lessons he learned while steering his startup through YC’s stringent selection process.
When faced with shifting terms, I apply four basic principles to frame my approach. First: avoid any escalation that endangers the overall success of the enterprise.
I’m the founder of an early-stage fintech startup. We really want to move to San Francisco to be near our lead investor. Can we use International Entrepreneur Parole? How does it work?
Origin stories are satisfying because we already know the hero will overcome the odds — and in doing so, they’ll reveal their core strengths.
Thanks again to Bryce Durbin for creating my favorite TechCrunch illustration of all time.