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Dallas-based TXV Partners targets $50M for its debut fund

These first-time VCs want to raise $50M for a Dallas-based, Millennial-focused venture firm. → Read More

Uber files confidentially for IPO

The ride-hailing giant is expected to go public in early 2019. → Read More

Huawei CFO, accused of fraud, faces up to 30 years in prison

New details have emerged surrounding Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou's arrest in Vancouver at a bail hearing today. → Read More

Lightspeed hires 5 new partners from Slack, Twitter and more

Lightspeed has announced several new partners, including Slack's former head of growth, who joins the firm's enterprise team. → Read More

Farmstead is an ambitious grocery delivery startup with plans to defeat Instacart

The Y Combinator graduate has raised $2.2 million for its AI-powered Bay Area grocery delivery service. → Read More

Spotify’s 2018 Wrapped feature is now live and ready to take you down memory lane

Spotify's 2018 Wrapped feature is here to give you insight on what you streamed this year. → Read More

Huawei CFO arrested in Canada, awaits US extradition

Meng Wanzhou, the daughter of Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei, awaits a bail hearing upon suspicion she violated U.S. trade sanctions against Iran. → Read More

Birth control delivery startup Nurx now offers an at-home HPV testing kit

Kleiner Perkins-backed Nurx provides birth control, emergency contraception, the HIV prevention medication PrEP and an at-home HPV testing kit. → Read More

Freeletics raises $45M for its AI-powered mobile fitness coach

The German startup has raised its first round of venture backing from FitLab, Causeway Media Partners and JAZZ Venture Partners. → Read More

Will Uber gobble up Lime or fly off with Bird?

Lime or Bird will inevitably sell to Uber, it's just a question of when. → Read More

Don’t worry, ‘Friends’ isn’t leaving Netflix anytime soon

But get your 'Friends' marathon in while you still can, the slapstick sitcom may be gone from Netflix for good in 2020. → Read More

NEA spinout NewView Capital raises $1.35B for its debut growth fund

Longtime NEA general partner Ravi Viswanathan has launched a new fund and brought 31 of NEA's portfolio companies with him. → Read More

Insurance startup Bright Health raises $200M at ~$950M valuation

Bright Health, another startup seeking to disrupt an antiquated industry, has raised $440 million since 2016. → Read More

Lyft’s pink-wheeled shareable bikes will be available to rent soon

Today marks the close of Lyft's acquisition of Motivate, the New York City-based mobility company that owns a number of shareable bike services, like Citi Bike, Ford GoBike, Divvy, Bluebikes and Capital Bikeshare. → Read More

Robinhood hires CapitalG partner to lead operations

Robinhood's human resources department is keeping busy this month, announcing this morning that the zero-fee stock trading app and cryptocurrency exchange has hired CapitalG partner Gretchen Howard. → Read More

‘The Inventor,’ a documentary about Theranos and the ‘psychology of deception,’ will premiere at Sundance

Oscar-winning director Alex Gibney "will tell a Silicon Valley tale that too good to be true," in one of two films in the works documenting the Theranos saga. → Read More

Qualcomm Ventures is dedicating $100M to AI investments

Qualcomm is betting money on-device artificial intelligence. → Read More

AWS makes Amazon.com personalization service available to all

AWS announces Amazon Personalize, a new service that helps developers build personalization and recommendation models. → Read More

Amazon Elastic Inference will reduce deep learning costs by ~75%

AWS today announced Amazon Elastic Inference, a new service that lets customers attach GPU-powered inference acceleration to any Amazon EC2 instance. → Read More

AWS launches Security Hub to help customers manage security & compliance

AWS unveiled a new security product today at AWS re:Invent, the company's annual conference for cloud storage enthusiasts. → Read More