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Latin America's tech scene. Blockchain in real estate. Women's health tech.
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Here are this week's top briefs.

How Uber Makes — And Loses — Money
Uber is the quintessential two-sided marketplace, but the real mechanics and drivers of its business are poorly understood. We look at where Uber makes money, where it spends it, and what profitability looks like.




37 Corporate Innovation Labs In Finance
Some of the biggest names in finance are creating fintech innovation labs to solve the most pressing challenges faced by banks, merchants, and consumers.




Infographic: Google’s Biggest Acquisitions
As Google nears 250 M&A deals since its YouTube acquisition back in 2006, we visualize the tech giant's top acquisitions.



Startup Continent: The Most Well-Funded Tech Startups In Latin America
We mapped out the top-funded tech startup in Latin America, including unicorns like Rappi in Colombia and iFood in Brazil.




 Where Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Google, And Amazon Are Investing In AI
Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Google and Amazon have made 124 equity investments into AI startups and over 50 acquisitions.



How Blockchain Technology Could Disrupt Real Estate
Blockchain technology could have a major effect on the real estate industry, from property purchasing to due diligence to title management. We identify the early adopters and potential impact.



The Body Series: How Technology Is Transforming Women’s Healthcare
From "digital" birth control to a wearable breast pump, the women’s health market is gearing up to see an unprecedented wave of innovation. We explore the current landscape and what technologies are taking off.



 How Uber And Lyft Could Transform Healthcare
As Uber and Lyft grow their massive footprints, they are beginning to look towards the healthcare industry. Here's what they're doing in healthcare already and what they might do next.




How To Lose It All: 8 Startups That Went From Investor Darling To Cautionary Tale
We examine the narratives behind some of the most spectacular failures in tech and what other startups can learn from them.




What Is Quantum Computing?
Quantum computing is poised to upend entire industries from telecommunications and cybersecurity to advanced manufacturing, finance, medicine, and beyond — but few understand how quantum computers actually work.


 

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