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High-profile start-up Homejoy's failure left its backers out more than $35 million and many investors are wondering if more Homejoys lie ahead.
Private market start-ups face a tough fundraising environment, and up to a third of them may not be around a year from now, Theresia Gouw said.
China's consumer tech companies remain a safe bet to boost activity in an otherwise sluggish economy, one venture capitalist said.
Frank Timons, Pier 88 co-founder, looks for public acquisition targets, saying Apple really needs content.
Discussing Internet and technology company valuations, with Kate Mitchell, Scale Venture co-founder; and Jon Steinberg, Daily Mail NA CEO.
Cybersecurity entrepreneurs in recent years have had an easy time raising money. This time, not so. New York Times reports.
Nick Bilton, New York Times columnist, thinks the bubble signs are out there in Silicon Valley.
While volatility hits Chinese and U.S. stock markets, Silicon Valley investors say they aren't seeing big effects.
Discussing high pricing in venture capital markets, and the view from Silicon Valley on tech stocks, with Kate Mitchell, NVCA board member.
Start-up DUFL stores items from your closet and ships them where you travel, so you never have to pack again.
While start-ups have raised piles of cash for growth, venture fund investors have been waiting for IPOs. A crash could kill their model.
In the tech world, bad times often feed good ideas, which in turn lead to good times, which then breeds complacency and bad business, NYT reports.
Industry veterans weigh in on why the stock market correction could impede young companies.
Will recent stock market volatility close the IPO window for start-ups?
Celebrity investor Mark Cuban warns the computer-based rapid trading poses risks for investors that can't act as fast as a machine.
Kara Swisher, Re/code Co-Executive Editor, discusses the tech selloff, and whether it could sink some tech unicorns. Also, her opinions on Hewlett-Packard's earnings.
Amid a food-delivery boom that's valued Instacart and Blue Apron in the billions, a start-up called ZeroCater is taking a leaner approach.
The valuations of private companies worth $1 billion or more may come up short some day, Greycroft founder Alan Patricof tells CNBC.
Racing drones for sport just got a big boost when RSE Ventures put money into a New York start-up called the Drone Racing League.
While a weaker yuan could hurt Apple, don't expect any immediate impact on VC activity in China, GGV Capital's Jeff Richards says.