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Allbirds just launched its first-ever patterned sneakers. Here are the limited-edition styles you can get right now.
Here’s how much investors may have lost in Eero’s fire-sale deal to Amazon, according to leaked documents
Amazon's Eero acquisition was valued at $97 million, a fire-sale deal that was significantly less than the company's most recent reported valuation.
Former AOL CEO Tim Armstrong wrote a weird memo announcing his startup’s spirit animal, and picking the wolf because it’s ‘flow̵...
"We are building a Flow State culture" is why Tim Armstrong's new ecommerce startup likens itself to the wolf.
Rapper Snoop Dogg is partnering with Swedish fintech unicorn Klarna, and has become a major shareholder
The Drop It Like It's Hot rapper has a history of investing in startups
Startup founders are skeptical about the future of cryptocurrency, but that hasn’t stopped them from investing in it anyway
A survey of hundreds of startup founders found that a majority of them don't expect cryptocurrency to be a major asset to the tech industry.
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Mark Cuban explains the steps any parent should take when their child has an idea for a business — whether you think it’s good or not
Mark Cuban said it's up to parents to guide their children when they show an entrepreneurial streak. In his upcoming book "Kid Start-Up," Cuban said parents can help their children by coming up with an action plan for their business idea.
The 30-year-old cofounder of Spoon, a granola brand that got its start on the British version of ‘Shark Tank,’ is planning to expand
Business Insider met with 30-year-old Annie Morris, one half of Spoon, an urban cereal brand that focuses on quality ingredients. She took her 'mild obsession' with cereal and turned it into a business with her cofounder and brother-in-law Jonny Shimmin.
Immigrants founded and co-founded half of all the billion-dollar startups in 2016, creating over 33,000 jobs
The Department of Homeland Security filed a proposal that would rescind a rule allowing immigrant founders the opportunity to stay in the country a few years longer, and experts believe this will decrease the amount of jobs available rather than open jobs up for Americans.