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Cloudflare, a startup that secretly runs the internet, raises $150 million — meaning its long-awaited IPO probably isn’t happening soon
CloudFlare's new funding round likely means that it doesn't plan on going public any time soon.
These former engineers from Dropbox and Facebook just got $9 million to help companies recruit better candidates
Gem, a startup previously known as ZenSourcer and founded by engineers from Dropbox and Facebook, raised $9 million. Here's how it did that.
The startup that secretly runs the internet just got acquired by one of its biggest rivals for $670 million
Nginix is getting gobbled up by F5 Networks in a deal valued at $670 million.
Facebook cofounder Dustin Moskovitz explains how his $1.5 billion startup Asana hit a $100 million milestone
The $1.5 billion startup Asana announced that it has crossed $100 million in annual recurring revenue. CEO Dustin Moskovitz explains how Asana did it.
Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian spoke last week about plans to focus on enterprise customers. Now Google Cloud will acquire the Israeli startup Alooma.
This CEO used to help startups at Silicon Valley’s hottest mentorship program. Now, with a professional network for women, she’ll go throu...
Elpha, an online network for women in tech founded by an all-women team, launched as an independent company on Monday. It spun out of Y Combinator.
Cybersecurity startup Illumio just raised $65 million and hired its first CFO, as it pushes a new kind of cloud security tech
Illumio's funding will go towards building a more durable business, and maybe pave the way to IPO.
Artificial intelligence startup Databricks is now worth $2.75 billion after raising $250 million from Andreessen Horowitz and Microsoft
Machine learning startup Databricks closed $250 million from Andreessen Horowitz, Microsoft and more. CEO Ali Ghodsi explains how it grew so fast.
Palantir could be heading for a huge IPO, but its CEO says it almost went out of business several times because he didn’t know how to pitch to i...
Palantir CEO Alex Karp talks about how in the company's early days, it constantly ran out of money because it didn't know how to talk to investors.
Chief product officer April Underwood announced she's leaving Slack to focus on investing. Underwood was a vital part of launching Slack's platform.