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On-demand massage app Zeel reportedly failed to protect its contract workforce of massage therapists from its customers’ creepy and inappropriat...
Zeel cofounder and CEO Samer Hamadeh told Business Insider that the 9-year-old startup recently hired a head of trust and safety.
The buzzy startup was most recently valued at $1.85 billion, and filed confidentially with the SEC in February.
Slow Ventures, the VC firm started by ex-Facebook employees, is losing two partners but spreading its bets on bigger companies
Former Facebook employees started Slow Ventures in 2011 and now manage $470 million. Two partners announced departures with the firm's fourth fund
Food delivery service Postmates backtracks after trashing Mark Zuckerberg for ‘screwing our democracy’ in an app update
Postmates couldn't resist taking a dig at Facebook's scandals.
A VC firm made up of early Facebook employees just closed a $145 million fund — and added another Facebooker to the team
Slow Ventures, a seed-stage VC firm made up of mostly early Facebook employees like Kevin Colleran and Dave Morin, has raised a new $145 million fund.