Good day and welcome back to Equity, a podcast about the enterprise of startups, where we unpack the numbers and nuance at the rear of the headlines.
This week, Natasha was joined by Mary Ann Azevedo and Rebecca Szkutak to converse about the hottest and biggest in tech. Ahead of we get into what we got up to, can we just say how excellent it is to be back again? It feels therapeutic to be back on the mic to digest the news in conditions of trends and startup happenings and we hope you sense correct about the identical.
With out further ado, our clearly show touched on a large amount this week:
- Deals of the week consist of Influx, which has designed a self-enable app developed to aid men and women manage their ADHD, Cartograph Ventures, a new venture fund operate by an ex-Juul operator, and the latest lawsuit and layoffs occurring around at Carta
- The myriad of fintech M&A that took location this 7 days, which include Fidelity’s acquisition of a startup identified as Shoobx (we could not pronounce its name both) and Deel’s buyout of Capbase.
- Microsoft’s deal with ChatGPT OpenAI which, we’ll admit, has a framework that stumps even us. Moreover, we speak about how Pittsburgh’s skills in AI might support give its startup scene a raise.
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