Midas Seed List includes 18 return investors, indicating the staying power of many venture capitalists focused on the earliest stages of company creation.
Each year in conjunction with the publication of the Midas List, TrueBridge and Forbes publish the Brink List to highlight emerging VCs who are building a reputation for smart investment decisions and access to great companies.
The world’s wealthiest people are drawing battle lines when it comes to controlling AI, according to Elon Musk in his Arpil 16 to 17 interview with Tucker Carlson on Fox News. Musk details his rift with Google cofounder Larry Page over founding OpenAI and his plans for his new AI company.
Brian Penick interviews Miriam Rivera of Ulu Ventures as a part of his "Navigating The 2023 VC Landscape" series, where Miriam offers her perspective on investing in diversity while maintaining a return-driven thesis.
Even if you are still committed to traditional schooling for you (or your kids), these 5 alternative education options can still be part of your career development
Kassas – an architect from Syria who moved to Boston to study a Masters in Architecture – wanted to create scaleable solutions that could help tackle the climate crisis: "the problem for me was that you invest several years in every project,
John Gardner of Acrew Capital said his firm first invested in StellarFi at the seed stage ... growth characteristics, particularly when there is a clear line of sight to profitability.” Want more fintech news in your inbox? Sign up here. Got a news tip ...
Wall Street veterans and politicians made quite a few unsupported—and, in one case, offensive—explanations for why Silicon Valley Bank collapsed and what should be done to rectify the situation. Did Twitter fuel the fear mongering?
Saudi Venture Capital Company is a government-backed investment company with US$1.5 billion in assets under management, aiming to stimulate and sustain financing for startups and SMEs from pre-seed to pre-initial public offering.