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Food-delivery startup Postmates is expected to go public very soon, but that didn’t stop it from raising $225 million in new funding

GPI Capital led the round, which valued the startup at $2.4 billion. Postmates confidentially filed to go public in February.

Uber, Lyft, and DoorDash are gearing up for a $90 million fight in California — here’s why they oppose the state’s new gig-worker bi...

The proposed law could have far-reaching ramifications for gig-economy companies. Many of the firms have proposed their own alternative.

On-demand food delivery app Postmates is set to unveil its IPO filing in September

The buzzy startup was most recently valued at $1.85 billion, and filed confidentially with the SEC in February.
A Caviar employee rides their bike down Market St. in San Francisco, California, on Saturday, January 26, 2018.

DoorDash is under fire for its controversial tipping policy. We asked Uber, Lyft, Instacart and other gig-economy startups how much of your tips go di...

Tips on DoorDash don't always make it to your delivery person, sparking outrage from customers who urged others to always tip with cash.

Here’s why Uber buying Postmates could be a win-win for everyone involved

UberEats is still an under-appreciated part of Uber's business, says Needham & Company analyst Brad Erickson.
Abortion rights activists rally in front of the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC in May 2019 and an inset of a screenshot from the "Don't Ban Equality" ad placed in The New York Times.

187 companies, including Bloomberg, Tinder, and Ben & Jerry’s, teamed up to slam abortion restrictions sweeping Southern states

Postmates, Slack, and Yelp were also among those that signed a full-page ad in The New York Times that said abortion restrictions harmed employees.
Winnie co-founders, Sara Mauskopf and Anne Halsall

Here’s the pitch deck that raised millions for 2 ex Googlers whose startup helps new millennial parents find childcare

Millennials are having kids and trying to balance work and parenting. This startup saw an opportunity to help by creating a way to find reliable childcare.
Lyft cofounders Logan Green (left) and John Zimmer. Green is Lyft's CEO, and Zimmer is president.

Lyft is going public today. Here are all the tech startups that have taken steps toward going public in 2019 — and those rumored to be thinking ...

Some of the most highly anticipated startups have made their first moves toward an IPO already, including Lyft, which goes public on Friday.
Postmates CEO Bastian Lehmann

$1.85 billion Postmates has filed to go public

The food-delivery app Postmates is the latest tech company to file for a 2019 IPO.

Kylie Jenner spent more than $10,000 on Postmates in the last year alone. Here’s what she likes to order

Kylie Jenner holds the unofficial record for placing the most Postmates orders in a 10-minute window.