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Lucinda Shen

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Recent:
  • Fortune
Past:
  • People magazine
  • VentureBeat

Recent articles by Lucinda:

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

BoxGroup founder David Tisch still beats himself up over missing as well as passing on deals in New York, from WeWork, to Peloton, to Via. → Read More

Goldman Sachs and Citi Make $20 Million Venture Bet That Private Equity Wants Consumers’ Credit Card Info

Their clients include venture capital firms, private equity shops, and hedge funds. → Read More

Blockchain Startup Symbiont Raises $20 Million to Take Aim at a Cause of the Financial Crisis

Symbiont, a blockchain startup aiming to shakeup Wall Street, raised $20 million in funding from Citi and Nasdaq. → Read More

Private Equity Giant TPG Turned Down Juul Vape Maker

Juul is valued at about $38 billion after an investment from Altria. Here's why TPG isn't going near the company. → Read More

Watch Out NYSE—Wall Street Is Building Its Own Stock Exchange

Watch out Nasdaq, NYSE. Morgan Stanley, BofA, Fidelity, and TD Ameritrade are building their own stock exchange. → Read More

How Goldman Sachs Just Lost the Trump Bump

Goldman Sachs has lost many executive roles in the White House. Now it's lost the Trump bump, even while the rest of the market rolls. → Read More

Here's How Drones Could Help With California's Wildfire Problems

A string of devastating wildfires have raged across California in 2018, leading to what is likely the state's worst season in history. → Read More

Unicorns Have a Lot of Questions About Shanghai's New Nasdaq Rival

In early November, Chinese President Xi Jinping unveiled plans for a Shanghai-based equity bourse that would allow tech companies to IPO. → Read More

Cisco Is Building a Smart City in Guangzhou. Here's What It Has to Say About the Country's Growing Network of Cameras

The country is expected to have 600 million by 2020. → Read More

Shares of Meituan Dianping Are Down 27% in 2018. Here's Why Sequoia Capital Is Holding On Tight

Though Chinese stocks have fallen in 2018, including promising tech unicorns, influencial VC Neil Shen has held onto Meituan Dianping. → Read More

Here's Why Members of This AI Partnership With Google and Facebook Want Competitors to Know Their Failures

Here's why this AI consortium including Facebook and Google is opening the doors when it comes to their failures. → Read More

Why Salesforce Shut Down an AI Project That Identifies Human Emotions

Salesforce's Chief Scientist talks about why some projects need more development on the human side before AI is applied. → Read More

The Best Bond Funds to Buy for 2019 as Interest Rates Rise

As the bond market braces for a downturn, here’s how to invest. → Read More

Term Sheet -- Thursday, November 15

On deals and dealmakers. → Read More

WeWork, SnapChat Term Sheet

On deals and dealmakers. → Read More

Fintech, Qualtrics, Term Sheet

On deals and dealmakers. → Read More

CryptoKitties Raises Another $15 Million in Funding From Samsung, Venrock, Alphabet

CryptoKitties raised another batch of funding. This time, its Samsung, Alphabet-backed GV, and Venrock. → Read More

S&P 500 Has Shed $1.7 Trillion in the Weeks Since Its All-Time High, Wiping Out All Its 2018 Gains

U.S. stock markets have gone into the negative for 2018, with the S&P 500, Nasdaq, and Dow Industrial average all down in 2018. → Read More

Inside the Wild West of Scooter Chargers

Many of the scooters, provided by at least four companies including Bird, Lime, Lyft, and Uber, deactivate at 9 p.m. → Read More

Why the Royal Bank of Canada CEO Doesn't See a Recession Looming

David McKay warns against "talking ourselves into" a downturn. → Read More