Kate Clark, TechCrunch

Kate Clark

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San Francisco, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • TechCrunch
Past:
  • PitchBook Data
  • The Seattle Times

Recent articles by Kate:

Startups Weekly: Oyo’s toxicity + A farewell –

In this week's newsletter: India's growing pains, Brazil's latest venture funding and how to pitch journalists. → Read More

Away, #PelotonGate, and predictions for 2020 –

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. Kate and Alex and the ever-intrepid man behind the dials, Chris, took the time this week to dig into the two biggest stories from the end of 2019 and look into the future. But as you’ll quickly […] → Read More

In the shadow of Amazon and Microsoft, Seattle startups are having a moment –

Companies in Seattle raised a record $3.5B in VC funding this year. → Read More

Startups Weekly: 2019’s dead startups –

In this week's newsletter: Munchery, Scaled Inference, Unicorn and the other startups that folded this year. → Read More

Remembering the startups we lost in 2019 –

All manner of startups fail for all manner of reasons. But there’s one constant: this is an incredibly difficult business. Launching a successful company isn’t just a matter of drive and finding the right people (though both, clearly, are important). Doing well in this business requires the stars to align perfectly on a billion different […] → Read More

Centaurs, centurions, centipedes: the $100M ARR CLUB –

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This week Kate was in SF, Alex was in Providence, and there was a mountain of news to shovel through. If you’re here because we mentioned linking to a certain story in the show notes, that’s here. For […] → Read More

SAP spinout Sapphire Ventures raises $1.4B for new investments –

Sapphire Ventures invests in Series B to pre-IPO enterprise tech companies. → Read More

Equity Dive: Direct Listings –

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. → Read More

Trulia founder Pete Flint backs real estate startup Modus –

Modus raises $12.5 million Series A co-led by NFX’s Pete Flint and Niki Pezeshki of Felicis Ventures. → Read More

Slack investor Index Ventures backs Slack competitor Quill –

Sam Altman, Index Ventures back a startup taking on Slack. → Read More

Former Stitch Fix COO Julie Bornstein is rewriting the e-commerce playbook –

Backed by Forerunner Ventures, NEA and True Ventures, The Yes is an AI-powered shopping platform. → Read More

Meet Vise AI, the startup reimagining portfolio management –

This TechCrunch Disrupt Battlefield startup wants to upend Wall Street's antiquated wealth management system. → Read More

Startups Weekly: Alpha Medical wants to rebuild women’s healthcare –

In this week's newsletter: Peloton's stock market debut, Bodega's rebrand and Kapwing's Series A. → Read More

TC’s Greg Epstein and Kate Clark talk mental health startups and the ‘Cult of the Founder’ –

Some weeks, tech ethics is in the news. And some weeks, it IS the news. This week was one of the latter, There were so many ethically fraught news stories about technology companies over these past few days, I had trouble keeping track of them all. So I’m delighted that my latest interviewee for this […] → Read More

Peloton, WeWork, Vox, Bodega, Kapwing and oh boy are we tired –

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. → Read More

‘We are seeing volume and interest in Peloton explode,’ says company president on listing day –

Making the world more fit one $2,245 bike at a time → Read More

Israeli VC Pico Venture Partners closes on $80M –

The 4-year-old firm is an investor in Vroom, a used car marketplace, and cloud automation tool Spotinst. → Read More

Bodega, once dubbed ‘America’s most hated startup,’ has quietly raised millions –

The startup — now Stockwell — is backed by GV, NEA and DCM Ventures. → Read More

Symantec’s Sheila Jordan named to Slack’s board of directors –

Newly-public Slack taps cybersecurity expertise for growing board. → Read More

Your guide to WeWork’s CEO shuffle –

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. → Read More