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Past articles by Lucinda:

In many an IPO, Apple’s App Store gets the “catastrophic events” treatment

Duolingo’s IPO is among the growing list of companies pointing Apple’s App Store as a risk. → Read More

The return of former Athenahealth CEO, Jonathan Bush

Downed, but not bitter, Bush is back with his next startup → Read More

Oatly’s CEO talks growth, profits—and why he’s buying electric trucks

“If the company’s priorities are between growth and profitability, it is always going to be growth for us,” says CEO Toni Petersson. → Read More

SoftBank Vision Fund 2 builds momentum

A new social media unicorn jumps into real life. IRL raises from SoftBank → Read More

In DiDi IPO, a one-time rival Uber stands to gain

Uber stands to gain quite a bit from deals it brokered in its retreat from Asia → Read More

Crypto exchange Kraken rethinks IPO plans after Coinbase stock listing

Kraken CEO Jesse Powell says he's reconsidering how the cryptocurrency exchange will go public—likely in the second half of 2022—in light of Coinbase's choppy direct stock listing. → Read More

Salesforce wants to battle Microsoft. But will it get Slack right?

And there’s another person to watch at the highly acquisitive Salesforce → Read More

Snappy gets $70 million as investors bet on the rise of personalized corporate gifting

The startup has raised $70 million in Series C funding. GGV's Hans Tung leads the round. → Read More

Sequoia's Alfred Lin opens up about his big IPO year and the loss of Tony Hsieh

Sequoia Capital investor Alfred Lin, and what it takes to be a successful venture capitalist → Read More

Good enough for government work? General Catalyst to back startups tackling the U.S.’s biggest problems

General Catalyst partner Katherine Boyle will head up a new investment fund specializing taking on government work after the passage of President Biden's infrastructure bill. → Read More

What percent of unicorns fail?

Quibi, Theranos, Webvan. The unicorn startup failures seem many. But are they as common as they seem? → Read More

Honest company’s investors (partly) cash out

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What was Justin Zhu’s ouster about?

Ousted for LSD microdosing, Iterable CEO Justin Zhu now speaks out → Read More

Tiger Global leads two

We’re all in the eye of the tiger (Tiger Global, that is) → Read More

Verizon acquired AOL and Yahoo for about $9 billion. Now it’s selling those assets as part of a $5 billion deal

And it’s done: Apollo snaps up Verizon’s media assets → Read More

We’re in a cybersecurity arms race

Will cybersecurity valuations keep rising? Thoma Bravo nabs ProofPoint for $12.3 billion → Read More

EXCLUSIVE: In Curated bet, Greylock looks to go where Amazon has not touched

Greylock General Partner David Thacker is betting that personalized shopping has a place on the internet. → Read More

Why a million and one startups all seem to do the same thing now

QED Founding Partner Frank Rotman discusses where fintech goes after the great pandemic boom, and whether or not Credit Karma may have been able to fetch a higher valuation had it IPOed instead. → Read More

Is Plaid destined to go it alone?

Plaid CEO Zach Perret tells Term Sheet the company has thought about an IPO—but not for anytime soon → Read More

Clubhouse releases a way for users to monetize—but not yet for itself

Clubhouse creates a way to send tips to people, with help from Stripe → Read More