Polina Marinova, Fortune

Polina Marinova


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Polina:

TikTok’s newest viral influencers? Personal finance stars

Millions of teens are watching short videos on personal finance—but is that the best place for them to learn about money? → Read More

DoorDash CEO Tony Xu on why profitability is his top priority

Like many of his peers, Xu is changing his tune from growth to profits. → Read More

The latest company to show big losses is — surprise — Airbnb

Airbnb had once been the rare Silicon Valley unicorn that had turned a profit. → Read More

The superstar investor behind some of Battery Ventures’s largest exits

Chelsea Stoner is key to some of Battery’s largest exits. → Read More

Brandless is the first SoftBank-backed startup to close its doors for good

The company had been cash-strapped for the last year. → Read More

What Glossier’s grandiose plans for expansion mean for its brand identity

Will it lose its cool factor as it expands further? → Read More

Will Casper be the latest startup humbled by the public markets?

The company slashed its IPO share price to $12 to $13. → Read More

Spotify expands its podcast empire in a bid to become ‘the world’s leading audio platform’

The company will buy Bill Simmons’ podcast, The Ringer. → Read More

Is there still appetite for direct-to-consumer businesses?

All eyes are on Casper’s initial public offering. → Read More

What we know about WeWork’s new CEO

Sandeep Mathrani is known as a “corporate turnaround artist.” → Read More

Three VC and startup predictions about the year ahead

There’s still lots of dry powder to deploy. → Read More

Global companies enter lockdown mode as coronavirus outbreak rocks China

Corporations are responding to the spread of coronavirus by placing restrictions and outright bans on employee travel to China, indefinitely closing offices in China, and telling employees to work from home. → Read More

European dealmaking is showing no signs of slowing down

VC deal value in Europe is at an all-time high. → Read More

Barstool Sports is selling part of its business to a casino operator in a deal that values the company at $450 million

It’s not about the content—it’s all about the gambling. → Read More

Electric scooter startup Bird flies high with new funding, acquisition

Bird’s CEO is now focused on profitability over growth. → Read More

Silicon Valley pays tribute to Kobe Bryant the basketball legend—and investor

Bryant was entering his second act as a venture capitalist. → Read More

23andMe CEO Anne Wojcicki is ‘surprised’ that DNA test sales have declined. I’m not.

The company had to lay off 100 employees as a result. → Read More

Blossom Capital founder Ophelia Brown is tired of answering questions about her gender

The question is always: “What it’s like to be a woman…” → Read More

Why WeWork is suddenly focused on slow, sustainable growth

This plan couldn’t be more different from WeWork’s prior growth-at-all-costs strategy. → Read More

WeWork's other co-founder has a plan to save the company. And it's the opposite of what Adam Neumann envisioned.

“A big benefit to slowing down a little bit is that we’re going to focus on [the product] more," says WeWork's Miguel McKelvey. → Read More