Lora Kolodny covers startups and venture capital for CNBC.com in San Francisco. Previously she was an editor at TechCrunch, a reporter at The Wall Street Journal, and a contributor to The New York Times. She is a graduate of Williams College. Reach her on Twitter @lorakolodny.
A VC firm started by OpenTable founder Chuck Templeton has closed its second fund at $180 million to invest in food tech startups.
Hardware start-ups can't fight Apple, Amazon and Google, so VCs are backing start-ups with health or enterprise tech.
Now they've disrupted everything — Good2Go launched a mobile app that gives users access to clean bathrooms in big cities.
Good2Go launched a mobile app that gives users access to clean bathrooms in big cities.
A new chatbot called Raheem.ai lets the public rate police interactions as easily as they'd review a product on Amazon.com.
Apple CEO Tim Cook on Tuesday revealed that Apple Watch has become the top-selling watch in the world, ahead of traditional brands like Rolex.
A Seattle start-up wants to help the NFL tackle its concussion problem with a new kind of helmet.
Kristina Simmons and Kanu Gulati have joined the Khosla Ventures investment team.
Deere is acquiring Blue River Technology, a start-up that does precision spraying of crops with robots that affix to tractors.
This start-up left Silicon Valley to work on education benefits for 64 million American workers who aren't programmers and don't have college degrees.