Kalley Huang is a technology reporting fellow based in San Francisco. Before joining The New York Times, she reported for The Texas Tribune, The Dallas Morning News and the El Paso Times.
The payments processing start-up was valued at $95 billion in 2021, but private company dealmaking has been hurt by souring global economic conditions.
By Kalley Huang
Young companies raced to get their money out of the bank, which was central to the start-up industry. Some said they could not make payroll.
By Erin Griffith
Teenagers and young adults are flummoxed. The reason it keeps happening involves an online prompt and product design.
By Kalley Huang and Sheera Frenkel
The new technology has gone down unusual, sometimes unnerving paths in lengthy conversations with some early users.
The case centered on whether investors lost money because they believed Mr. Musk’s social media posts about taking Tesla private in 2018.
By Kalley Huang and Peter Eavis
The maker of Snapchat also swung to a loss in the latest quarter and projected that its sales would decline.
Under questioning, Mr. Musk said he hadn’t discussed how much money investors would put in to help him take his car company private.
Mr. Musk testified in a lawsuit filed by investors who claim his 2018 statements about a plan to buy up the carmaker’s stock cost them billions.
The chief executive of Tesla testified in a federal civil trial about a 2018 plan to take the automaker private that fizzled out.
Con el auge de las herramientas de IA generativa, muchos centros educativos reestructuran cursos y toman medidas preventivas ante la posibilidad de plagios masivos.