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Mark Zuckerberg actually calls for regulation of content, elections, privacy
Mark Zuckerberg actually calls for regulation of content, elections, privacy
Ride-hailing, bike and scooter companies probably raised less money than you thought
Startups Weekly: Why Lyft’s $2.2B IPO wasn’t “crazy land” or “nuts”
Toast, the restaurant management platform, has raised $250M at a $2.7B valuation
Equity Shot: Lyft is public — what does that mean for other IPO-ready unicorns?
Toast, the restaurant management platform, has raised $250M at a $2.7B valuation
Remote workers and nomads represent the next tech hub
Apple sells wireless charging AirPods, cancels charger days later
Lyft closes up 10% on first day of trading
ServiceNow teams with Workplace by Facebook on service chatbot
1stdibs, the high-end online marketplace, just nabbed $76 million in Series D funding
Viacom-owned kids streaming service Noggin acquires educational app Sparkler
Focaldata thinks it has some answers for campaigners in the age of Trump and Brexit
Built Robotics’ massive construction excavator drives itself
Sidewalk Labs launches an app to crowdsource public space surveys
Tencent-backed news app Qutoutiao nabs $171M from Alibaba
Apple to close Texture on May 28, following launch of Apple News+
Google pulls controversial anti-gay religious app from the Play Store