Henrique Dubugras Contributor Share on Twitter Henrique Dubugras is the founder Brex, the billion-dollar corporate credit provider for startups. When I think about my experience as an immigrant and entrepreneur in Silicon Valley, I remember growing up in Brazil and how we saw tech founders and CEOs as kings. We imagined what it would be like to assume the throne. But these weren't just any kings. Silicon Valley was the kingdom of nerds and underdogs. We identified with these [...]
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Alumni Ventures Group's (AVG) limited partners aren't endowment or pension funds. Its typical LP is a heart surgeon in Des Moines, Iowa. The firm has both an unorthodox model of fundraising and dealmaking. Across 25 micro funds, AVG is raising and investing upwards of $200 million per year for and in tech startups. Tucked away in Boston, far from the limelight of Silicon Valley, few seem to be paying attention to AVG. There are a few reasons [...]
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Thousands of people fleeing Honduras head north towards the U.S. border, drawing threats from President Trump [...]
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A decade ago, it was almost inconceivable that nearly every household item could be hooked up to the internet. These days, it's near impossible to avoid a non-smart home gadget, and they're vacuuming up a ton of new data that we'd never normally think about. Thermostats know the temperature of your house, and smart cameras and sensors know when someone's walking around your home. Smart assistants know what you're asking for, and smart doorbells know who's [...]
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The 44-year-old woman is accused of creating fake social media and email accounts to promote divisive political content [...]
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Women won big in the first round of the country's elections. Here's what you need to know. [...]
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Sony's live TV streaming service, PlayStation Vue, announced this week it has become the first U.S. pay TV provider to integrate with Apple's TV app. Until now, Apple's TV app has featured content from both free and paid on-demand streaming apps like Hulu, Prime Video, HBO NOW, PBS Kids, The CW, and others, along with those that require you log in with your pay TV credentials, like ABC, AMC, USA, SYFY, Showtime Anytime, and many [...]
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