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Alibaba eyes logistics growth in LatAm as China commerce slows: Rita Liao


Cainiao, the logistics arm of Alibaba, is traveling far from home to seek expansion for its business. The company recently launched its first parcel distribution center in Brazil, adding to its regional network of sorting centers in Mexico and Chile, it said …

Helbiz sees losses in mobility revenue, slight gains in streaming: Rebecca Bellan


Helbiz's third quarter earnings show a company that's burning cash, not making revenue gains and losing riders year over year.

Silkhaus gets $7.75M to digitize short-term rentals across emerging markets: Tage Kene-Okafor


Dubai-based Silkhaus has raised $7.75 million in seed funding, money it plans to use for expansion across Southeast Asia and the MENA region.

Bird may not have enough funds to continue shared micromobility business: Rebecca Bellan


Micromobility company Bird issued a growing concern warning with the SEC. The company doesn't have the funds to operate over the next year.

Long live the vibe capitalist!: Dominic-Madori Davis


There is this myth that investors are risk averse. This isn’t true. They love taking risks. On white men. It’s part of the thrill.

The Amazonification of Uber: Rebecca Bellan


Uber's omnichannel approach to mobility creates a closed business loop with each product feeding customers back into other Uber channels.

Daily Crunch: Nigerian startup that stored its 'day-to-day operational budget' on FTX announces staff cuts: Christine Hall


Hello, friends, and welcome to Daily Crunch, bringing you the most important startup, tech and venture capital news in a single package.

Is Elon Musk's Twitter about to fall out of the GDPR's one-stop shop?: Natasha Lomas


Helmed by erratic new owner Elon Musk, Twitter is no longer fulfilling key obligations required to claim Ireland as its "main establishment" under the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), TechCrunch has been told.

Google to pay $391.5 million in location-tracking settlement with 40 states: Aisha Malik


Google has agreed to a $391.5 million settlement with 40 state attorneys general over its location tracking practices.

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