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Singapore’s women entrepreneurs face limited funding, gender biases but are equally successful securing funds compared to men
Excluding Hong Kong, Singapore is the most gender-neutral market for business capital raising globally, HSBC said.
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Singapore’s Secretlab is now worth S$300 million, after getting funding from the same firm that invested in Razer
The nine-figure sum is the brand's first external funding.
CircleCI creates CI and CD software, which allows developers to release code faster and more often. CEO Jim Rose explains his plans for the future.
This founder once tried to compete with Android and iOS. Now, he’s taking on Uber and Lyft with a new e-bike startup that just raised $20 millio...
Bond Mobility has raised $20 million in Series A funding from DENSO's New Mobility Group, which includes Toyota and Softbank.
Fintech startup SoFi is reportedly in talks to raise $500 million from Qatar, but won’t gain any value from 2017
SoFi, which raised $1 billion from SoftBank in 2015, would be valued at the same price as in 2017, according to the report.
This map shows which states in the US are competing to top California-based Uber’s $15.7 billion in equity funding
California's Uber tops the list with $15.9 billion in equity funding, but Florida and New York both have companies with billions of dollars in funding.
These up-and-coming kitchen startups are using the expertise of famous chefs to help build on the success of their cookware
Made In and Material are making cookware so good that they've attracted the attention of Tom Colicchio, The Alinea Group, and Alison Roman.
Richard Branson hires boutique bank to find funding for Virgin space companies after turning down Saudi money
Sir Richard Branson and Virgin Group cut ties with Saudi Arabia after the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Now, they're looking for more capital.
$22.5 billion Stripe is investing in a digital payments company that’s aiming to be the Amazon Web Services of the fintech world
Stripe, one of Silicon Valley's hottest payment startup, is backing another payment paltform by participating in a $40 million funding round.