The company will operate like a typical low-cost airline, so passengers should expect a simple, no-frills experience with minimal amenities.
Lucid Motors is one of many startups trying to break into the world of electric autos by besting competitors such as Rivian and Tesla.
Generation Investment Management co-led Toast's Series C funding round in 2017, and now owns 0.5% of the startup's stock.
Sites like WeFunder and StartEngine are helping startups raise millions by selling shares to retail investors, not just VCs. But there are risks.
These are Insider's biggest healthcare stories for the week ending October 1.
Heka cofounder Steph Hind was pregnant when she and her partner were pitching for VC investment. She describes how put off some investors were.
"When I looked at my fellow analysts, I could tell they enjoyed the job more - I had an inner ecommerce geek that needed to get out," says Meg He.
On August 30, Prospect 100 will launch a competition with the parent company of Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent to help promote sustainable fashion.
If you think that you can simply learn how to become an entrepreneur Netflix cofounder Marc Randolph has some bad news for you.
"Unlike Silicon Valley, we do not discriminate based on age," the job listing reads. "Experience matters. We hire old people."
Startups offering robot manicures have gained steam, but TikTokers and Youtubers like Simply Nailogical, say they can't replace the salon experience.
The TikTok video highlights Flytrex, an automated drone-delivery startup that delivers goods from major chains like McDonalds and Walmart.
Evvy, the first at-home vaginal microbiome test using metagenomic sequencing, reveals imbalances that can affect conditions like UTIs and cancer.
South Korea's tech startups are not turning out to be the promised land of flat hierarchies and work-life balance that young jobseekers hoped for.
The Canadian relationship app Couply won the 2021 pitch competition hosted by Collision, a Toronto-based technology conference.
PepsiCo, one of the biggest drink companies in the world, lifted branding and other concepts from Droplet and Dram, their founders told Insider.
A partner at Index Ventures told the Journal that at least 12 recent collaboration startups were founded or led by former Big Tech executives.