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Zupyak’s unique startup journey — Building companies without a fixed idea

Erik Wikander Contributor Erik Wikander is the CEO and co-founder of Zupyak, a content marketing platform designed for startups, simplifying the process of...

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Anthropic researchers find that AI models can be trained to deceive

Most humans learn the skill of deceiving other humans. So can AI models learn the same? Yes, the answer seems — and terrifyingly,...

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Age tech at CES was much more than gadgets

Welcome to the TechCrunch Exchange, a weekly startups-and-markets newsletter. It’s inspired by the daily TechCrunch+ column where it gets its name. Want it...

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Tier and Dott’s merger is not a sign of what’s to come

Consolidation can be complicated Earlier this week, European micromobility companies Tier and Dott said they had agreed to merge. The companies, which offer...

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The creator economy is ready for a workers’ movement

Erin McGoff has 3 million followers on social media, but with the money she gets from Instagram and TikTok, she wouldn’t be able...

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Google pulls Binance, other global crypto apps from India store

Google has pulled many crypto exchanges, including Binance and Kraken, from its Play Store in India, the latest blow to India’s already dwindling...

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When it comes to startups’ flight to quality, have we swung too far in the other direction?

Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts. Hello, and welcome back to Equity, the podcast about the business of startups, where we unpack the...

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Startups should use this co-selling technique for successful partnerships with cloud hyperscalers

Chaitra Vedullapalli Contributor Chaitra Vedullapalli is the co-founder and CMO of Meylah and the president of Women in Cloud. With tech and leadership...

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TechCrunch’s newsletters are changing; here’s what you need to know

Hello, cherished TechCrunch readers. We know your time is precious, so beginning next week, we’re going to make it a lot easier for...

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A Mountain of Used Clothes Appeared in Chile’s Desert. Then It Went Up in Flames

As Bloomberg reported in May, New York, California, Sweden, and the Netherlands are developing legislation similar to Chile’s extended producer responsibility law that...