CarmelDeAmicis covers unicorn startups for Re/Code — the mythical beasts who are valued at $1 billion or more. If your company isn't that big, but you're doing something really interesting, she might write about you anyways.
Carmel has been covering the tech industry for almost two years now, first at PandoDaily and Gigaom. Prior to that, she worked as a local TV news reporter in Dubai, interned at The Nation magazine, and survived Columbia's Journalism School. She graduated from University of California at Berkeley (and wants to live in the Bay Area forever).
Over 12,000 machines in around 65 countries including the United States have been hit by the cyberattack.
Amazon's Whole Foods buy likely undercut Blue Apron's IPO pricing, Bob Pisani says.
Those behind the cyberattack affecting Europe have only succeeded in receiving nearly 4 bitcoins, worth just $9621.
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