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Everything we know about uBiome, the startup that convinced Silicon Valley that testing poop was worth $600 million, and then saw its top leaders depa...
uBiome's test promised insights into your health from a tiny sample of your poop. But problems are mounting for the startup.
WeWork cofounder and CEO Adam Neumann reportedly sold shares he owned in the company and took loans worth $700 million
Adam Neumann reportedly sold some of his stock during financing rounds and also borrowed against his shares.
Liquid Death, the punk rock canned water startup that went viral after raising $1.6 million in May, is in talks to raise up to $10 million in Series A...
Two months after announcing $1.6 million in seed funding, the viral canned water company is reported to be actively raising its Series A.
Cannabis has gone from a criminalized drug to a multibillion-dollar global boom in just a few years. Here’s everything you need to know about t...
Here's all the latest news about the fascinating world of the legal cannabis industry. Subscribe to Business Insider Prime to read more.
Here’s everything you need to know about CBD, the cannabis compound that’s in everything from coffee to ice cream and could soon be a $16 ...
Cannabidiol, or CBD, is popping up everywhere, fueled in part by a recent change in US law that made some CBD legal.
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We listed 32 of the hottest European tech investors looking to sink cash into the next Spotify, Adyen, and iZettle
European investors have benefited from major successes such as Spotify, Adyen, and iZettle over the past year.
Shaquille O’Neal says he ‘quadrupled’ his net worth after adopting an investment strategy he learned from Jeff Bezos
The former basketball player turned angel investor has early stakes in Google and Apple — but says his favorite investment is Krispy Kreme.
The company has been adding rental units and expects revenue to surge in 2019.
If you want funding, you have to know the right way to create and deliver a pitch deck. Carta CEO Henry Ward has raised $448 million doing just that.