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September made it seem like venture capital deal activity was starting to ramp up again, but October's numbers showed there is still a long way to go.
Most U.S. venture funds outside of the two largest startup hubs — San Francisco and New York — are feeling the frost from potential LPs.
Many VCs have said they are sitting out this year. They aren't -- they're funding their friends and committing funds to companies that don't exist.
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Denver-based SpringTime announced a $25 million second fund to cut checks ranging from $400,000 to $600,000 into U.S.-based seed-stage software companies.
Peloton co-founder John Foley's newest startup secured $25 million on the claim that the rug market requires innovation. Good luck with that.
The founders of Fiveable, Alloy Automation, and Parthean detailed their first fundraises at TechCrunch Disrupt.
For investors Annie Case, Sheel Mohnot and Jomayra Herrera, the founders who manage to capture their attention are the ones who come to the pitch process prepared.
Valuations have been top of mind this year as VCs navigate their overvalued portfolios and founders scramble to conserve cash and grow into lofty valuations.
When Operator Collective started in 2018, its idea of cultivating a community of operators as LPs to serve as a resource to its portfolio companies was unique. Now, it’s de rigueur as many firms
While other nontraditional investors have slowed their pace in 2022, CVCs have been in the largest percentage of deals yet.
Despite many thinking that venture debt would grow amid this year's equity pullback, that has not been the case.
Investors are paying more attention to founder and startup behavior and many won't invest in startups that could compromise their ethics.
The CEO of The Muse said that these smaller recruitment startups have a better shot at scale and success together than alone.
Cloudflare recently announced a $1.25 billion funding program for startups that use its Workers software with VCs footing the bill.
Wildfires have become an ever-increasing threat as houses are built closer together and the growing impacts of climate change wreak havoc on natural landscapes. Entrepreneurs, in response, have starte
Enterprise startups are increasingly turning their attention to landing the federal government as a customer -- and VCs are all-in.
Despite many VCs saying they were going to focus on startups with good underlying business fundamentals, they still favor growth.
Ridgeline is a new VC firm that invests in B2B companies with a specific goal in mind: helping its portfolio companies sell to complex organizations that are hard to crack, but can be great customers
Form Bio was incubated within Colossal Biosciences and now is hoping to bring its workflow systems to other computational biology companies.