Wordle’s Blizzard of transparency

Hello and welcome back to Equity, a podcast about the business of startups, where we unpack the numbers and nuance behind the headlines.

This is our Friday episode, a run-down of key news headlines, startup funding rounds and whatever else is popping in the worlds of startups and tech. The whole gang was in the huddle this week, including our stellar production team Grace and Chris, and hosting team Mary Ann, Natasha, and Alex.

Despite the fact that it is a holiday week here in the United States, tech news was, well, as nuts as it usually is. At this point anything else would be a shock.

So what did we get to? All of this and more:

Whew! What a week. If you are tired already, do not look at the calendar. It will only terrify you.

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Credit belongs to : www.techcrunch.com

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