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Why we’re still waiting on the Postmates S-1 – TechCrunch

In a wide-ranging conversation at TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco last week, Postmates co-founder and chief executive officer Bastian Lehmann made…

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DHL expands Africa eShop online retail app to 34 countries – TechCrunch

DHL  has expanded its DHL Africa eShop business to 13 additional markets, upping the presence of the global shipping company’s…

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Should your new VC fund use revenue-based investing? – TechCrunch

More posts by this contributor Why are revenue-based VCs investing in so many women and underrepresented founders? Who are the…

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Axios’ Dan Primack on ‘the most polarizing startup that exists’ – TechCrunch

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This week was…

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Facebook denies making contradictory claims on Cambridge Analytica and other ‘sketchy’ apps – TechCrunch

Facebook has denied contradicting itself in evidence to the UK parliament and a US public prosecutor. Last month the Department…

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Facebook ignored staff warnings about “sketchy” Cambridge Analytica in September 2015 – TechCrunch

Facebook employees tried to alert the company about the activity of Cambridge Analytica as early as September 2015, per the…