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Uber Loses $1.1 Billion, Targets Profitability In 2021

Will Roberto Cavalli's New Billionaire Owner Bring It Back To Profitability?

Actress Olivia Munn On Why She Invested In Uber At A $1.5 Billion Valuation

One Of New York’s Top Seed Investors Takes On Outside Capital For The First Time

SoftBank Founder Masayoshi Son ‘Embarrassed’ Over Investment Track Record

Merger Leads To Top Women-Led, Minority-Owned Investment Firm on Wall Street

With Its Stock Hitting An All-Time High, Here’s Why Nike Is So Dominant

How Snapchat Became The Best-Performing Tech Stock In 2019

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Uber Loses $1.1 Billion, Targets Profitability In 2021

Uber's business is growing, but it's still a money-losing machine (at least until 2021).
By Biz Carson 2 min read
1 week ago

Will Roberto Cavalli's New Billionaire Owner Bring It Back To Profitability?

The Italian fashion house was up for sale last year after its owner struggled to cut its losses.
By Mary Sophia 5 min read
2 weeks ago

Actress Olivia Munn On Why She Invested In Uber At A $1.5 Billion Valuation

Actress Olivia Munn reveals a new side at Forbes' 30 Under 30 Conference in Detroit. She's an investor who backed Uber at a $1.5 billion valuation and has stakes in Wag, Vital Protiens and...
By Antoine Gara 3 min read
1 month ago

One Of New York’s Top Seed Investors Takes On Outside Capital For The First Time

BoxGroup, one of NY's most prolific seed-stage investment firms, is taking on outside investors for the first time for two new $82.5 million venture capital funds.
By Alex Konrad 10 min read
1 month ago

SoftBank Founder Masayoshi Son ‘Embarrassed’ Over Investment Track Record

Billionaire Masayoshi Son, the CEO and founder of SoftBank said he is “embarrassed” by his track record following the setbacks at marque investments like Uber and WeWork.
By David Dawkins 3 min read
1 month ago

Merger Leads To Top Women-Led, Minority-Owned Investment Firm on Wall Street

Come November, the women-led Wall Street firm Siebert Cisneros Shank & Co. will finalize its merger with minority-owned investment bank The Williams Capital Group.
By Asia Martin 2 min read
1 month ago

With Its Stock Hitting An All-Time High, Here’s Why Nike Is So Dominant

Gaining momentum, Nike stock can “just do it.”
1 month ago

How Snapchat Became The Best-Performing Tech Stock In 2019

SNAP is up almost 200% this year.