Thursday, February 20, 2020
Calming words and a rush to quell doomsday scenarios in Silicon Roundabout are whitewashing the real issues fintech and other startup sectors need to discuss as Brexit approaches
One of Israel's most prolific startup investors says Israel and Singapore are a match made in heaven, while each relationship the Jewish state has in Asia has its own unique strengths.
The round demonstrates Swedish startups will continue raising capital straight through the new year
The round might be the largest yet for Filipino fintech
BillGuard, whose popular personal financial security apps track attempts at fraud, has been a darling of the Israeli startup scene - but we are not sure this acquisition is the happy ending we had hoped for
With more than $2 billion in assets and an investment portfolio that includes eBay, Amazon, and Snapchat, Scott Cook - Intuit's founder and mentor to entrepreneurs like Larry Page - explains in an exclusive Geektime interview what their secret is and when to listen to criticism
Could Trustev's seemingly premature exit indicate larger uncertainty in the cybersecurity market?
With the highest remittance rate in the world, India might have a perfect storm of expertise and demand to become a strong hub for bitcoin and blockchain
Three rounds worth $60 million within one year shows the bullish attitude venture capitalists have toward insurance technology
TOA's annual English-speaking conference in Berlin is happening July 13-15, and organizers tell Geektime they expect blockchain with a side of Brexit at this year's forum