Bits: Daily Report: From Lean to Fat Start-Ups

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Spread the loveTweet Photo Eric Wu, a founder and the chief executive of Opendoor, at the company’s headquarters in San Francisco. Credit Christie Hemm Klok for The New York Times…


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State of the Art: The Rise of the Fat Start-Up

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Spread the loveTweet For much of the past decade, tech investors have been enamored of software companies that could grow very quickly for little money — like Instagram, which raised…


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‘The Internet Is Broken’: @ev Is Trying to Salvage It

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Spread the loveTweet “I thought once everybody could speak freely and exchange information and ideas, the world is automatically going to be a better place,” Mr. Williams says. “I was…


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As Department Stores Close, Stitch Fix Expands Online

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Spread the loveTweet Should Stitch Fix go public, it would be the biggest retail offering since Etsy two years ago. Perhaps more important, it would be a Silicon Valley rarity:…


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Uber’s C.E.O. Plays With Fire

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Spread the loveTweetUberCab, as it was called at the time, started its service in San Francisco in May 2010. Mr. Camp and Mr. Kalanick picked that name to emphasize the…


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Meet the Foreign Tech Workers Left in Limbo by Trump

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Spread the loveTweet“My family lives in India and I love that country,” said Mr. Jaladi, “but I have spent my adult life in the United States and it definitely feels…


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Robert Taylor, Innovator Who Shaped Modern Computing, Dies at 85

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Spread the loveTweetHis idea led to the Arpanet, the forerunner of the internet. A half-decade later, at Xerox’s storied Palo Alto Research Center in Northern California, Mr. Taylor was a…


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