With its flexible office spaces, WeWork once was seen as a Silicon Valley darling led by an eccentric and charismatic founder. Financial troubled intervened, followed by the pandemic.
Northvolt's CEO says the key driver behind the startup is to make Europe self-efficient and less reliant on China for supplies.
Some say the decision to guarantee deposits beyond the typical $250,000 limit was necessary to keep the financial system stable. Others argue this sets a bad precedent if other banks run into trouble.
The tech industry is in turmoil. But there's at least one startup that is thriving these days, and it's one that's helping other startups lay off workers.
A new collaboration between Georgia's oldest public HBCU and a network of volunteer business mentors will lend real-world expertise to aspiring entrepreneurs.
They aren't household names yet, but Rivian and Lucid are two auto startups attracting a lot of buzz – and loads of money.
It's Friday and you know what that means: It's time for On Second Thought's weekly roundtable. Today we gathered three people who work in tech to talk...