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Restaurant Delivery Startup Deliveroo Raises $70M Series C

Deliveroo, the ‘on-demand’ startup that offers food delivery from premium restaurants that don’t traditionally offer a take-out service, appears to be on somewhat of a roll. Today the company is disclosing $70 million in new funding, money it plans to use for further international expansion. Read More

Opternative’s Online Eye Exam Gets You A Glasses Prescription From Home

The annoyance of going to the doctor keeps tons of people from finding out if they need glasses or updating their prescription. But it turns out you don’t need one of those giant multi-lens machines to do an eye exam. Opternative has passed its clinical trials and today launched its $40 online eye exam. Show More Summary

Join the #500Strong Family – Land a Job at One of Our Companies!

7 hours agoTechnology / Startups : 500

Want to get on the fast track to working at an kickass startup? We’re hosting a Job Fair on Wednesday, August 5th at our HQ in San Francisco, CA. From 4-6pm, you’ll get a chance to meet founders in our current batch of startups (Batch 14) and wow them with your awesome skills and sparkling personality. Show More Summary

Dear Investors, Fund More Underrepresented Founders In Tech

If the future of the tech industry is to be a culture of inclusion and diversity, then women founders and founders of color need funding. Although Google, Twitter, Pandora, Facebook and other tech companies released their diversity data last year, there is less data on the demographics of who investors are funding. This needs to change. Read More

Mixpanel Announces Codeless Mobile Analytics

Mixpanel recently unveiled a new feature that should make it easier for mobile businesses to customize the company’s analytics tools without writing any addition code. A number of optimization and testing teams talk about being usedShow More Summary

Tune In To TechCrunch Radio On Sirius XM Tomorrow!

What up, world? TechCrunch Radio is coming at you this week, just like every week, and we’re looking for the coolest folks in tech to present their products in the patent-pending TechCrunch Radio Pitch-off. Here’s how it works: At the top of each show, John Biggs and I discuss the latest in tech news. Show More Summary

7 Must-Have Attributes of a Super Startup Team Member

Every entrepreneur realizes that building a great team is critical to the success of his or her startup, but many don’t realize that it takes more than multiple qualified employees to make an effective team. It’s possible, or even likely,...Show More Summary

Is Your Baby Ugly?

July 26, 2015: The past month I have continued to see my usual variety of deals. I attend some of the local pitch events, of which there are many choices, and I routinely respond to requests from UT students and faculty who have dreams to disclose. I seem recently to have run into a rash of especially bad ideas. Show More Summary

8 Entrepreneur Principles For Managing Your Destiny

Maybe starting a new business isn’t your passion, but in these days of rapid change, where everyone is dealing with uncertainty, I believe that thinking and acting like entrepreneurs will help you get ahead in any profession. In simple terms this means taking control of your life, going after something you love to do, and taking action. Show More Summary

The Three Qualities Twitter’s Next CEO Must Have

Perhaps you’ve heard there’s a job opening over at Twitter. The blue bird is looking for its next CEO after longtime leader and all-around good guy Dick Costolo decided to step down after a successful run taking Twitter from mid-sized startup to public company. Read More

How To Win The Day

Hal Elrod was dead for six minutes. The car he was driving crashed head on into a truck. His girlfriend, sitting next to him, was unscratched. The roof of the car sliced open his head, causing brain damage. Bones in his face, his arm, all over his body were broken and he was in a coma for six days (during which time his girlfriend broke up with him). Show More Summary

What Boston’s Top Consumer Tech Leaders Think About Boston’s Consumer Tech Struggles [#BostonB2C Recap]

On Tuesday, July 21, we hosted the first-ever Boston Consumer Tech Summit. The invite-only event was attended by 300 of the area’s best tech leaders, founders, product managers, designers, developers, investors, engineers, salesmen and women, and more, all of whom are hard at work in consumer tech. Show More Summary

It’s Time For “The Visual Internet”

One of the amazing accomplishments of the smartphone is how it’s inspired us to take photos and share them — tons of them, with everyone. It’s estimated we have already taken more than a trillion photos in 2015. That would be more snapshots than have been taken in all of photographic history till now. Show More Summary

Applications For The NYC Pitch-Off Close Tomorrow!

Attention New Yorkers! Applications for the NYC Meetup + Pitch-Off will be closing in 24 hours (ish) so if you’d like to pitch your company to the coolest judges in the land (TBA next week), you really shouldn’t waste another minute....Show More Summary

Voxel8 Raises $12M To Bring Its 3D Electronics Printer To Market

Voxel8, the startup behind the first multi-material 3D electronics printer, has raised $12 million to bring its printers to the desks of engineers and designers everywhere. ARCH Venture Partners and Braemar Energy Ventures led the Series A round, joined by Autodesk, through its Spark Investment Fund, and In-Q-Tel. Read More

YC-Backed GetScale’s Quality Control System Protects Factory Workers And Hardware Companies

At first glance, GetScale’s cameras might seem like just another factory surveillance system. The startup, however, wants to make life easier for engineers and assembly line workers by allowing them to communicate directly and record the entire manufacturing process. Show More Summary

Pitch Your Startup In The TC Radio Pitch-Off On Sirius XM

Each week, John Biggs and I make the long trek up to 49th Street to sit on tall chairs, slap on some headphones, and bring weekly tech news to the world of internet radio (specifically Sirius XM Insight 121 listeners). Why do you care? Well,...Show More Summary

8 Ways That Blogging Will Kickstart Your Startup

As the number of sites on the Internet floats around one billion, the challenge with every new startup is to be found and stand out. More important, if someone does find your site, the content better be enticing enough for them to come back. Show More Summary

Bangalore-based Fitternity Raises $1M Seed Funding To Match Users With The Right Workouts

Fitternity, a discovery platform for workout classes and other fitness services based in Bangalore, has raised $1 million in seed funding led by Exfinity Venture Partners. The company’s search platform, which lets users book free trials...Show More Summary

Dear Unicorn, Exit Please

In the last couple of years, it’s become the conventional wisdom that the hottest, fastest-growing tech companies benefit from steering clear of public market investors as long as possible. The trend toward staying private is a pretty lousy development for employees looking to move on with their lives, though. Show More Summary

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