New York City is continuing to live up to its “Silicon Alley” moniker.
Adam Demuyakor launched Wilshire Lane Partners, an LA-based venture capital firm that commits to a majority of portfolio companies having a diverse executive team.
Across the country, home builders are experiencing record sales and consumers are experiencing a new process – all digital. Onsite and offsite builders share insights on what’s attractive in this new virtual world.
Truly value-adding startups are getting the chance to shine despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Last week, access control provider Openpath raised $36 million in Series C funding. I had a chat with the cofounders and their lead investor to figure out how they did it.
According to some reports, more than a third of Americans are considering moving to less populated areas.
A co-founder of Lyric, a hospitality startup that raised $180 million from Airbnb, has left the company, as it faces a bleak future.
Maryellis Bunn, 28, built a business that promised customers happiness, sprinkles and ice cream. The playground-meets-art installation was an instant hit with the Instagram generation. But ex-employees say that a darker reality lives under the gauzy filters.
Prefabrication allows builders to integrate more and more complicated technology in ways that also reduce costs and increase quality.
As parts of the country began to shut down in mid-March, 22-year-old Sean Henry was finalizing his company’s first acquisition.
As the world grapples with how to make travel safe in the age of coronavirus, private equity billionaire Wes Edens is betting $9 billion that America’s transportation future is passenger rail.