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Kate Clark

Senior Reporter

Kate Clark is a Senior Reporter covering venture capital and startups for The Information. She has won multiple Best in Business awards from the Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing for her reporting on startups’ efforts to survive the Covid-19 pandemic and traditional VC firm’s struggles to compete with Wall Street hedge funds. She previously covered technology companies such as Uber and WeWork as a reporter at TechCrunch. A graduate of the University of Washington, she started her career in Seattle as an intern at The Seattle Times and a staff writer at PitchBook, where she co-authored a daily newsletter on venture capital. She lives in San Francisco and can be reached at [email protected] or on Signal and Telegram at 415-409-9095. Follow her on Twitter at @KateClarkTweets.

Ethereum creator Vitalik Buterin on stage at EthDenver. 
Photo by Alexandra Masihy, EthDenver.

Chime Delays IPO Amid Fintech Stock Volatility

Feb. 18, 2022 · 10:11 AM PST
Last month, the company tapped Goldman Sachs to help it prepare for the $40 billion IPO.

Sequoia Seeks Up to $600 Million For First Dedicated Crypto Fund

Feb. 17, 2022 · 10:13 AM PST
The fund is tailored to liquid token investments, the firm said on Thursday.

Thrive Capital Raises $3 Billion in New Funds

Feb. 17, 2022 · 8:42 AM PST
The new funds bring Thrive Capital's assets under management to $16 billion.
Payhawk CEO Hristo Borisov (l), CTO Boyko Karadzhov (center) and CFO Konstantin Djengozov (r). Photo: Business Wire
From top, Brit Morin, Tyra Banks, Jaime Schmidt and Mila Kunis. Art by Haejin Park. Photographs AP and courtesy BFF.
Chase Coleman (l) and Scott Shleifer of Tiger Global Management. Photo: Bloomberg. Illustration: Haejin Park.
Ramp co-founders Karim Atiyeh (left) and Eric Glyman. Photo courtesy of Ramp. Illustration by Haejin Park

Bolt CEO Replaced Following Controversial Tweets

Jan. 31, 2022 · 10:46 AM PST
CEO Ryan Breslow called Stripe and Y Combinator "the Mob Bosses of Silicon Valley" in a series of Tweets last week.
Photo by AP.
Joshua Kushner. Photo by Thrive Capital

Miami Startups Raised Record $4.6 Billion in 2021

Jan. 12, 2022 · 2:48 PM PST
Miami was the destination of choice for techies, particularly crypto enthusiasts, who fled Silicon Valley in 2020 and 2021.
Illustration by Jesus Escudero
Y Combinator president Geoff Ralston. Photo by Wikigeoff2021

Coinbase, Robinhood Backer Ribbit Capital Raises $1 Billion

Jan. 3, 2022 · 5:26 PM PST
Early Coinbase and Robinhood investor Ribbit Capital has raised its largest fund yet.
Roelof Botha  (l) and Neil Shen. Photos by Steve Jennings and Remy Steinegger via Flickr. Illustration by Mike Sullivan

More Than 500 Startups Gained Unicorn Status in 2021

Dec. 28, 2021 · 1:18 PM PST
Crypto trading platform Anchorage and cloud software startup Benchling were among the startups valued at over $1 billion this year.
Bolt CEO Ryan Breslow. Photo by Bolt
Josh Machiz of Redpoint Ventures. Photo: Guerin Blask. Illustration: Mike Sullivan