In recent weeks, global businesses have rushed to cease operations in Russia. But for venture firms that have accepted funds from Russian investors, cutting ties is a thornier imperative.
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The World Health Organization formally acknowledged the condition for the first time this year, kicking off a race to offer remedies.
WeWork would need to capture a large portion of the post-pandemic workforce and hope that flexible offices take the place of many corporate campuses.
The firm created its Opportunity Fund barely a week after the murder of George Floyd last year.
Televisa, Mexico's top broadcaster, and Univision are discussing a deal to combine some content assets of the two Spanish-language broadcasters that could be valued at about $4 billion.
TikTok is considering selling its operations in several countries after governments shut out the app, citing fears that user data was passing into the hands of China.
If it pursues a listing, the chip-design company could go public as soon as next year, accelerating a timeline laid out by SoftBank founder Masayoshi Son in 2018.
Companies will receive at least ¥16 million through an accelerator, with further capital available from a ¥10.6 billion fund for founders of color.
In a deal that’s currently at risk of falling apart, a handful of investors would be the main beneficiaries of SoftBank Group Corp.’s plan to buy $3 billion of WeWork stock, according to a person familiar with the matter. As part of the agreement, scheduled ...