The LA-based OK Company launched its first app today, OK Play. The app, which seems well suited for the stay-at-home era is a family oriented education app, featuring free games and activities. There’s a paid subscription tier on top of the free service, which gives subscribers unlimited access to its games and learning courses. The OK Company is worth watching because of its founders’ pedigree....
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I remember my jaw dropping last year when The Information’s Juro Osawa reported that Sequoia China was in talks to raise more than $8 billion in new funding from U.S. investors and others.I was baffled. I just couldn’t imagine that Sequoia, which had picked a slew of winners in the U.S. and China ranging from Google to Meituan, was going to continue to draw such inflows from the U.S. to its...
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