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Recent articles by Lucinda:

We haven’t even seen the coronavirus’s full impact on consumers, says this VC

What’s going on with consumer-facing startups? We chatted with NEA General Partner Rick Yang (Plaid, MasterClass) for his thoughts. → Read More

Big Tech’s investments raise fear of the invest-and-copy

Facebook plans to invest in startups. But it has a reputation for, well, copying ideas. → Read More

Why a startup that counts people has raised $51 million amid the pandemic

Density, a startup tracking headcounts, has raised $51 million from Kleiner Perkins and Dick Costolos’ 01 Advisors. → Read More

SAP is spinning out an acquisition it once likened to Facebook’s bet on Instagram

SAP is spinning out Qualtrics only two years after buying it for $8 billion. → Read More

When the U.S.-China fight disrupts U.S.-China financing

Ant Group says it will list in Shanghai and Hong Kong—but not New York. → Read More

Who will Pershing Square's blank check company buy?

Bill Ackman’s Pershing Square Tontine is seeking a mega-unicorn. Airbnb is not off the books. → Read More

The other unseen cost of the pandemic

Some 536 startups have laid off roughly 70,587 employees since the pandemic hit the U.S. full force. → Read More

Uber reportedly seeks investors for Uber Freight

Uber acquired Routematch. Uber Freight may be talking about a $500 million investment. What’s the company up to? → Read More

The grisly death of a startup CEO

Decapitated and dismembered, an official said Fahim Saleh’s death looked to be a professional job → Read More

The needle has barely moved on racism in investing. But this investor thinks this time is different

The needle has barely moved on racism in investing. But this investor thinks this time is different → Read More

How coronavirus could lead to an unexpected kind of diversity

Jewel Burks Solomon, head of Google for Startups U.S. and managing partner at Collab Capital, said at a virtual Fortune Brainstorm tech event that it's time for investors to look beyond New York and California. → Read More

How the coronavirus has impacted VC dealmaking in 2020 so far

Megarounds still take the cake in Q2, growing to over 100 in the first half of the year → Read More

On the back of a multimillion dollar round, Robinhood raises $320 million more to set a $8.6 billion valuation

Robinhood has faced rising consumer interest paired with outages, a suicide, and questions of responsibility. Investors are pouring another $320 million into the company. → Read More

Robinhood raises another $320 million at an $8.6 billion valuation

Now Robinhood has to confront what controls it has to put in place for its amateur investors. → Read More

Why Postmates decided to sell to Uber instead of IPO

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Coronavirus bankruptcies: Sur La Table and Brooks Brothers join the list of 2020 Chapter 11 filings

Sur La Table and Brooks Brothers are the latest victims of the pandemic. → Read More

Why companies must take a stand on racism and social issues, according to a Fortune 500 CEO

Society is demanding that corporate leaders speak out, Cisco's Chuck Robbins said at Fortune's virtual Brainstorm Health conference. → Read More

How Bank of America is thinking about its $1 billion donation toward racial equity

Vice Chairman Anne Finucane on the bank's commitment to spend $1 billion to create change. → Read More

The mystery of venture capital’s PPP funding

Prominent VC firms were named among PPP recipients, but there’s more to the story. → Read More

Three major deals to have on your radar, post July 4th

Uber buys Postmates, Warren Buffett makes his first pandemic-era deal, and the UAE is buying cows. → Read More