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Analysts and fundamental portfolio managers are trying to shift towards a quantitative approach, Institutional Investor reports.
The ultra-wealthy are allocating more of their money to equities and less to hedge funds and real estate, a survey found.
A VC firm started by OpenTable founder Chuck Templeton has closed its second fund at $180 million to invest in food tech startups.
It's not the Vision Fund, but SoftBank Ventures Korea is another unit of the Japanese conglomerate looking to invest in start-ups.
Three global VCs share where start-ups go wrong when pitching their ideas.
Chemi Peres, Pitango co-founder, discusses investing in technology for the Middle East.
Hardware start-ups can't fight Apple, Amazon and Google, so VCs are backing start-ups with health or enterprise tech.
Workplace messaging app Slack has raised $250 million in a funding round led by the Japanese tech giant SoftBank - it's now worth $5.1 billion.
The only thing changing faster than who is winning in the cutthroat ride hailing business is the shifting allegiances with their investors.
Chamath Palihapitiya's holding company, which also includes former Twitter executive Adam Bain, hit the public markets on Thursday.
Shares of Social Capital Hedosophia Holdings rose more than 2 percent in their public debut.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports on the Trump administration halting the sale of Lattice Semiconductor to Canyon Bridge over national security risks as well as other deals under CFIUS scrutiny.
Now they've disrupted everything — Good2Go launched a mobile app that gives users access to clean bathrooms in big cities.
The U.S. economy has strong economic and structural foundations, according to OPTrust's president and CEO.
A new chatbot called Raheem.ai lets the public rate police interactions as easily as they'd review a product on Amazon.com.
Sean Leow of Kickstarter talks about how the crowdfunding platform's launch in Japan will allow creators in the country to use local bank accounts to initiate projects.
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