Amit Seberwal has come a long way since facing rejection from financiers, when his startup RedDoorz was developing itself into a budget hotel brand.
With greenhouse gases accumulating at record rates in the atmosphere, researchers say new zero-carbon technologies will be needed to avert drastic weather anomalies.
Brex Inc's Henrique Dubugras and Pedro Franceschi – both under 25 – have a veteran’s share of Silicon Valley experience and the net worth to match.
A move into banking would represent both a shift for Grab and fresh competition for Singapore’s banking landscape.
WeWork would probably be the second-biggest if it goes public this year as expected.
Fundraising was led by investors including Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC and China International Capital Corp Ltd.
Only half the over-15 population have bank accounts, while a paltry 2% hold credit cards.
CrowdStrike is aiming to be valued more than the US$3 billion funding round assigned to it earlier this year.
The CEO and co-founder of Tarform, Taras Kravtchouk, designed the bike himself relying on his industrial design and motorcycle design background.
Go-Jek said the investment in Jakarta-based media startup Kumparan had been done through its recently launched venture capital arm Go-Ventures.
AirTrunk’s taking advantage of a surge in cloud computing as companies that once ran in-house servers shift storage and processing off-site.
China’s quest to lead the world in cars powered by electricity has enticed investors to pour billions of dollars into startups and production.
A Ford spokesperson declined to confirm whether the automaker has had discussions with SoftBank regarding a potential investment in Ford's self-driving operations.
Niu, the Chinese company that sells so-called smart electric scooters in 27 countries, is pursuing an IPO that could raise about US$300 million.
It joins smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp. in targeting an IPO in Hong Kong after the former British colony revised regulations to attract the major tech listings it’s lost out on in the past.
Japan’s resale market for luxury brand goods is worth almost 200 billion yen, according to a government report.