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Food delivery startup DoorDash announced this afternoon that it has raised $250 million, just five months since the company announced a $535 million round.
Why raise more money so soon? CEO Tony Xu told Axios that he wasn’t actively looking for additional investment, but was open to investor interest because it could
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It is a story of differing fortunes for these two teams at Etihad Stadium, with the St Kilda Saints, waiting for the season to finish, coming up against a high-flying, and top four chasing, Hawthorn Hawks. Join The Roar for live scores of the match and a live blog of
When everyone's a passenger instead of a driver, the car experience really starts to change.
As we take more and more Lyft and Uber rides — and eventually once autonomous cars drive us around — the purpose of the car will transform. The space once centered on getting us from point
The clean-shaven Winnipeg Jets star met with reporters in Stockholm on Thursday and updated the status of contract negotiations with the team.
With Diablo III on Switch having been revealed, the question of whether there's any Nintendo-specific content to get Switch fans on board with the action RPG is an obvious one. So obvious, in fact, that it's the very first thing we asked Blizzard when they showed us the game.
Here’s the story of a gigantic fool who thinks there’s some kind of demarcation between punk and politics. Tim Hildebrand, a Trump-supporting farmer, was shocked, apparently, to learn that Social Disortion’s Mike Ness, a 40-year vet of the punk scene, was critical of right-leaning politicians. After Ness trashed our president
Are you still paying for cable? Ugh. It's time to get your home entertainment system up to date. Amazon's Fire TV Cube, which is currently on sale, could be just the thing you need.
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Comedian Jerry Seinfeld has come to the defense of ousted Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 director James Gunn, just after Disney stood by their decision to fire Gunn. It seemed there may have been some sort of opening, a chance for Gunn to be re-hired, after word surfaced the director would