Prolific Angel Investor David Tisch Talks About Missing WeWork, Casper, and Beating Himself Up Over Missed Deals

Missing a headliner such as WeWork is worse than investing in 100 companies on the highway to failure. That’s the

Amazon and GM May Invest in Electric Pickup-Truck Manufacturer Rivian

As Silicon Valley and Detroit slowly converge onto each other’s traditional turfs, companies in both industries are finding themselves forging

Investment Professionals Don’t Feel Very Confident About 2019

  “I’m not surprised very often. I have to admit to being shocked by some of our results this year.”

Why VC Firm Kleiner Perkins Wants to ‘Return to Its Roots’ With a New $600M Fund

Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers is trying to re-brand into the Kleiner of the past. The storied venture firm announced

Chinese Direct Investment in the U.S. Is Plummeting—and Likely to Fall Further

Chinese foreign direct investment in the U.S. totalled a paltry $ 4.8 billion last year, according to analysts at Rhodium

Monsanto patent victory seen spurring biotech investment in India

 India’s Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that Monsanto can claim patents on its genetically modified (GM) cotton seeds, a victory

Softbank Reportedly Cuts Planned Investment in WeWork from $16 Billion to $2 Billion

Japanese software giant Softbank is significantly scaling back its plans for investing in shared-office provider WeWork. The investment, valued at

Trump says Senate unlikely to approve wall funds; shutdown looms

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump conceded on Friday there was a good chance the Senate would not approve

Battery Ventures’ Chelsea Stoner on Growth Investing In the Time of SoftBank

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Women Investors Call for More Competition—From Other Women

Calling all female investors: Even as women-run venture capital firms have sprung up over the past few years, there’s plenty