Feb 14- LendingClub Corp reported its third straight quarterly loss on Tuesday and forecast slower-than-expected growth this year, as the online lender recovers from a scandal related to its business practices. The San Francisco- based startup has been in recovery mode since May, when LendingClub acknowledged issues including the way it had sold loans to an...
Yu Wang, CEO and co-founder of Tantan, talks about navigating the online dating business in China.
Consumer upgrade, international services and frontier technology are areas she's focusing on, says Jenny Lee of GGV Capital.
Neurala is a software company looking to bring the AI phenomenon to consumer devices and influence how they operate in real time.
Ultimo Founder Baroness Michelle Mone talks about currency swings and the challenging business environment at present in light of the Brexit negotiations.
Ultimo Founder Baroness Michelle Mone talks about how to be a successful entrepreneur and why you have to stand out to be noticed.
Florentyna Founder Florentyna Sidery talks about the development of her business, saying she’s had a really good support network.
A flying drone could soon work while you sleep, taking inventory and possibly someone's job.
BamBrogan's bombastic attitude has served him well in this space — but the hyperloop does not exist in the real world. The Verge reports.
Roughly 430 employees will lose their jobs in Zenefits’ single largest round of cuts, BuzzFeed News reports.
Payments company Adyen processed $90 billion in transactions in 2016 for companies like Airbnb, Spotify, Netflix and Uber.
Baroness Michelle Mone, one of the UK’s most successful entrepreneurs, gives Evgeniya some advice on how much she should be paying for fabric.
Wanting to prove she isn’t lounging around, Florentyna Sidery faces the Pop Up Start Up judges to explain why she thinks Peignoirs are the next big thing.
Evgeniya Kharaim is hoping to win over the Pop Up Start Up judges with her own luxury line of lingerie, “Fréolic Lingerie”.
To make her Peignoirs the latest trend, Florentyna is making sure she illustrates her product in the best light. How? With her very own fashion shoot of course.
Can Eygeniya’s Chinese manufacturers provide her with the unique selling proposition she is looking for?
Experts weigh in on why brand image is so important when it comes to getting your products seen in today’s environment.
Will Florentyna’s last minute, replacement Chinese supplier be able to provide the high quality she expects when it comes to her Peignoirs?
Florentyna and Eygeniya set up their pop-up shops to try and test the market, to find out if the public falls in love with each their products.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb 8- Silicon Valley venture firm Trident Capital Cybersecurity said on Wednesday it had raised $300 million for a fund to invest in cyber security startups- a sign of the growing importance of securing computer systems amid concerns over state-sponsored hacks. The $300 million sum is double what Trident Capital had set out to raise, an...