Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg lost $3 billion on Thursday, as Facebook's shares dropped more than 5.6 percent.
The event provides a glimpse into which startups and industries Goldman finds fascinating, Recode reports.
Carousell, the addictive Singaporean classifieds app, is looking at new ways to monetize its platform.
Practo's Shashank ND explains how he's streamlined the process of tracking medical professionals and appointment bookings.
VIPKID founder and CEO Cindy Mi explains why her Chinese online education company has generated so much interest among investors.
They may look similar, but the two companies stack up differently in key areas such as users, infrastructure, advertising demand and leadership.
CNBC's Deirdre Bosa reports on the latest sentiment in venture capital investing in Silicon Valley.
Oh, Slack. Why would you spend the time or money to write that open letter to Microsoft in the New York Times?
Can’t afford a ticket to see a live orchestra? Groupmuse, a start-up that connects classical musicians with fans, makes it possible to host a concert in the comfort of your own home.
Via co-founder & CEO Daniel Ramot discusses his ride-hailing startup and how he's looking to disrupt the carpooling and transportation space.
IFundWomen.com CEO Karen Cahn discusses how she plans to bridge the gender funding gap for female entrepreneurs.
Silicon Valley has enormous challenges, but a political divide around Peter Thiel isn't one, said Roger McNamee.
*But now Lisbon aims to copy Berlin's success. Already Lisbon has earned the right to host Europe's biggest tech conference, Web Summit, this month. Lisbon is a small speck in the universe of Europe's startup giants like London and Berlin, not least due to an acute shortage of venture capital in the Portuguese economy, which remains slow growing and heavily...
Giphy tells the Wall Street Journal it hasn't figured out a way to bring in revenue yet.
Karen Lawson, CEO at Slingshot, talks about how her accelerator develops start-ups by connecting them with corporates.
Wayne Wang, CEO at Go People, talks about how his crowdsourcing platform helps to simplify the point-to-point delivery process.
Silicon Harlem, a for-profit social venture that got started in 2008, is pushing to make Harlem a hub of technology and innovation.
DETROIT/ SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 28- San Francisco entrepreneur George Hotz was so confident in his self-driving startup Comma.ai that he had T-shirts made that boldly proclaimed: "We are gonna be so rich." In a letter and order on Thursday, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration demanded that Comma.ai provide proof to regulators that its proposed device...
Ethan Jaeseok Lee, CEO of MyMusicTaste, talks about what led him to start his crowdsourcing concert organization platform.
Modar J.R. Alaoui, CEO at Eyeris, talks about how emotional recognition and facial analytics software could be used in self-driving cars in the near future.