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Another player has entered the self-driving trucks startup arena. Say hello to Embark, Recode reports.
Daina Trout, Health-Ade co-founder & CEO, and Bart Silvestro, Chef's Cut CEO talk about the rising popularity of Kombucha tea and organic foods.
Rohan Oza, CAVU Ventures co-founder, and Brett Thomas, CAVU Ventures co-founder, weigh in on consolidation in the food industry as legacy brands struggle and new brands disrupt the market.
Chinese celebrities' compensation has rapidly increased in recent years, and many are using their new-found wealth for venture capital investments.
But many investors -- including Mark Cuban -- are willing to give the Snap CEO's explanation the benefit of the doubt, for now.
"Culture starts at the top," Kate Mitchell, co-founder and partner at Scale Venture Partners, told CNBC.
Arix Bioscience CEO Dr Joe Anderson discusses investment in biotechnology, adding that academic science is the focus of innovation in the industry.
Snapchat's co-founder and CEO Evan Spiegel hit New York City on Tuesday to calm investor fears.
Huffington is a member of Uber’s board.
Unnamed sources told Axios that Jay Z, also known as Shawn Carter, will partner with venture capital firm Sherpa Capital.
Chief financial officer Drew Vollero says in the roadshow video that the economic model "is not complicated."
"Little red dot" Singapore is eyeing a sliver of Silicon Valley’s pie, aiming to attract venture capitalists to grow a stable of start-ups.
"This trend is unlikely to reverse without antitrust action," wrote Sam Altman, president of Y Combinator.
The company had about $200 million in cash at the end of last year, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Daisy Cai, partner at Baidu Ventures, talks about the company's latest investment in 8I, a hologram company.
Amir Anvarzadeh of BGC Securities says Toshiba is more likely to be relegated to the second section index than delisted.
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.
"If there's really good talent, we will try to find a way to take advantage of it," Geoff Yang of Redpoint Ventures told CNBC.
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