Arielle Pardes, WIRED

Arielle Pardes

WIRED

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • WIRED
Past:
  • Women's Health Mag
  • VICE
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Into The Gloss
  • Refinery29

Recent articles by Arielle:

Facebook's Name Change Won’t Fix Anything

Can rebranding the company herald a fresh start? Experts, as you might guess, are skeptical. → Read More

A New Credit Card Arrives—With a Silicon Valley Twist

The X1 is designed for spenders who are young, high-earning, and live on their phones. → Read More

Earth’s Unicorn Population Is Exploding

It’s not a fantasy: VC valuations and spending on startups in 2021 are off the charts, and the year isn’t over yet. → Read More

Bring on the Fist Bumps and Nasal Swabs—Tech Conferences Are Back

Hundreds of (vaccinated) attendees gathered in a Beverly Hills hotel ballroom as Code Conference returned after a year-long hiatus. → Read More

Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes Is on Trial. Silicon Valley Is Watching

“I’m glad the ‘Fake it till you make it’ mantra of Silicon Valley is coming into question,” one investor told WIRED. → Read More

Tech Companies Wade Into Abortion Politics in Texas

In 2021, corporations are expected to take a stand on even the most divisive issues. → Read More

Gavin Newsom’s Recall Election Divides Silicon Valley’s Elite

How the tech world’s unique brand of politics is shaping the fight over who governs California. → Read More

Looking for a New Job in Tech? It’s Your Lucky Day

Flexible WFH policies, signing bonuses, fancy cookies—employers are turning on the charm to attract engineers and developers to their firms. → Read More

The Pandemic Drives Cofounders to Couples Therapy

Startups are like relationships—at least that’s what some Silicon Valley therapists are pitching. → Read More

Pet Startups Are Having a Field Day

The pandemic ushered in a new wave of pet owners—and unleashed business opportunities for companies that cater to them. → Read More

Andreessen Horowitz Goes Ham on Crypto with a New $2.2B Fund

After its wildly successful Coinbase exit, the VC firm signals its commitment to cryptocurrencies with a third fund. → Read More

These Startups Are Betting on a Remote-First World

As people redefine their relationship to the office, some entrepreneurs see an opportunity to reimagine everything from housing to education. → Read More

A New Wave of Dating Apps Takes Cues From TikTok and Gen Z

Online dating exploded in popularity during the pandemic, and the number of new startups has grown. But will they last? → Read More

A New Wave of Dating Apps Takes Cues From TikTok and Gen Z

Online dating exploded in popularity during the pandemic, and the number of new startups has grown. But will they last? → Read More

VC Pledged to 'Do Better' on Diversity. It's Barely Changed

The Black Lives Matter protests drew sympathetic public statements from investors in 2020. One year later, signs of progress are harder to find. → Read More

VC Pledged to 'Do Better' on Diversity. It's Barely Changed

The Black Lives Matter protests drew sympathetic public statements from investors in 2020. One year later, signs of progress are harder to find. → Read More

Hide Your Instagram Likes—and Be Free

A feed without likes is far from a revolution. But I want to enjoy this summer with my friends, not my metrics. → Read More

Meet Your Next Angel Investor. They're 19

It’s never been easier to invest in startups, and Gen Z is taking full advantage. → Read More

Facebook Announces Live Audio Rooms, Its Clubhouse Clone

Clubhouse is the latest startup to get cloned by Facebook, as the social media giant announces a suite of new audio features. Who will use them? → Read More

Facebook Announces Live Audio Rooms, Its Clubhouse Clone

Clubhouse is the latest startup to get cloned by Facebook, as the social media giant announces a suite of new audio features. Who will use them? → Read More