The $600m raise by Social Capital Hedosophia Holdings suggests we need more deterrents to going public
By: Kadhim Shubber
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Surely (surely…) it won’t fly?
Benchmark partner Bill Gurley should really read Benchmark partner Bill Gurley’s blogs.
His “disruptive boutique investment and management business” is being wound up.
Companies House documents suggest the startup has an equity valuation much lower than $1bn.
New documents show the former tech unicorn was owed millions by related parties when it went into administration.
The once unstoppable taxi company has retreated from a second market.
Europe has a slew of unicorns, but only when you include old, publicly-traded companies.
The augmented reality startup has struggled to gain traction, and is now headed down an ambitious, expensive and difficult path.
The boss of simulations startup Improbable has kept tight control of his business.
Just under 60 people in the digital advertising startup’s UK office have been made redundant.
A creditor of fallen tech unicorn Ve Interactive is pursuing David Brown and another former executive for a debt allegedly owed under personal guarantees.
A dispute has arisen over the US branch of former tech unicorn Ve Interactive, which has implications for the company’s creditors and its auditor.
Mitra had insisted that any suggestion he studied at the university had not come from him. A recording from 2016 suggests otherwise.
The founder of one of Britain’s few technology “unicorns” has a compelling backstory that starts in the slums of Delhi. But several significant details of his story appear exaggerated or false.
Reality finally caught up with the hype for another billion dollar technology startup.
David Brown steps down as CEO of the business he founded in 2009, days after the company missed payroll.
Some staff at one of the few British technology startups valued at over $1bn have not been paid on time in each of the past three months.