London-based edtech company MyTutor has acquired Fire Tech, a training platform that teaches children technology skills such as coding.
British autonomous vehicle startup Wayve has raised $200m (£147m) in a funding round backed by Microsoft and Virgin.
Crowdfunding platform Crowdcube faces a slew of investigations from a financial watchdog after a group of investors say it failed to verify a company’s business plans resulting in them losing thousands of pounds.
The New York Times has agreed to buy subscription-based sports site the Athletic for $550m (£400m) in cash, as the 170-year-old newspaper adds more digital content to grab subscribers.
An Australian gambling group bidding for gambling technology company Playtech could lose pole position after a consortium involving the former Formula One tycoon Eddie Jordan was given more time to come up with a £3 billion counterbid.
Elizabeth Holmes, founder of Theranos, has been found guilty on four of 11 charges of fraud, concluding a high profile trial that captivated Silicon Valley and chronicled the missteps of the now-defunct blood testing startup.
According to a survey SMEs are more likely to choose non-traditional ways of accessing capital such as crowdfunding or offering investment opportunities to employees, than traditional investment.
From a humble garage to international backing, Space Forge plans to manufacture alloys, medicines and semiconductors in microgravity
Sir Paul McCartney is among a group of investors behind a £7.2 million funding round for the music start-up Audoo.
Octopus Energy has raised $300m of investment to value the power supplier at $5bn – despite soaring energy prices that have triggered a wave of collapses among its rivals.