Dan Primack blogs, writes, muses and opines on deals and deal-makers for Fortune.
Bitstrips was originally founded in 2007 to help users build personalized digital comics, but in 2014 refocused on customized and shareable cartoon avatars.
The acquisition follows GM's recent move to create a team dedicated to the development of self-driving car technology within the company.
The 'bloodbath' affected both senior and junior employees.
Match Group expects to go public before Thanksgiving with shares priced between $12 and $14.
Ryan Keating offers his take on the on-demand virtual assistant company's demise.
Tusk Ventures is the consultancy behind Uber's successful fight against NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Highland Capital Partners is now led by one of its Palo Alto-based partners.
The cloud computing giant is reportedly listening to takeover offers. Could Microsoft be interested?
One of America's most important venture capitalists talks tech bubbles, delayed gratification and his firm's efforts to hire a female partner.
Android co-founder's new effort raises money.
From eye glasses to private equity investing.
The FCC now has oversight of the Internet. But there is one thing it can never change.
Zillow has completed its $2.5 billion acquisition of online real estate rival Trulia.
Tech professionals get misty-eyed over the collapse of their first favorite store.
Groupon is not a cautionary tale of unicorns past.