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Can Europe compete in the quantum ‘space race’? – TechCrunch

Alice Pannier Contributor The TechHackGeek Global Affairs Project examines the increasingly intertwined relationship between the tech sector and global politics. Quantum information science has long languished...

EV conversion startup Opibus raises $7.5M to start bus and motorcycle mass production – TechCrunch

Opibus, the first company in Kenya to commercially future-proof diesel and gasoline vehicles by converting them to electric, is set to embark on...

Fundamentally altering antitrust laws will harm US startups and slow the economy – TechCrunch

Bobby Franklin Contributor More posts by this contributor 5 policies Washington should enact to end the climate crisis and joblessness Taking stock of the VC industry’s progress...

Biden’s FCC Picks Are a ‘Dream Team’ for Broadband Advocates

President Biden finally made his picks for the Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday, ending a baffling delay that forced Democrats to operate in...

Biden’s QSBS tax plan would have unintended consequences for startups – TechCrunch

Vieje Piauwasdy Contributor Vieje Piauwasdy is the director of equity strategy at Secfi, an equity planning platform for startup executives and employees. Buried deep in President...

SEC Regional Director Erin Schneider talks SPACs, Coinbase and what startups could do better – TechCrunch

If startups were looking for more specifics about crypto lending, new rules by which blank-check companies might have to abide, or whether the...

Today’s real story: The Facebook monopoly – TechCrunch

Daniel Liss is the founder and CEO of Dispo, the digital disposable camera social network. Facebook is a monopoly. Right? Mark Zuckerberg appeared on national TV...

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