Why this veteran investor chose Lyft over Uber
Jihan Bowes-Little, co-founder and managing partner of Bracket Capital, spent 17 years as a portfolio manager for Goldman Sachs, Millennium and Bluecrest Capital. Now he is an investor in the most-talked-about companies, including Lyft, Coinbase, SpaceX, AirBnB, Juul, and Impossible Foods. He joins "Squawk Box" to discuss how he approaches investing and the markets.
Bird Brings e-Scooter Park Trial to Fukuoka, Japan via Bird Platform in Collaboration with the City
Bird today announced it will participate in the first ever micro-mobility park trial in Kaizuka Park in Fukuoka from August 31st through September 1st in partnership with the Fukuoka City government and in collaboration with Sumitomo Corporation via Bird Platform.
Moti vape closes $31 million Series A – MSA led the investment
MOTI, the No. 2 electronic cigarette brand in the domestic market, has closed Round A financing of $31 million on July 17. This round is led by MSA Capital. MOTI completed the Pre-A round of 10 million US dollars invested by Zhen Fund in January 2019.
Can a Medicare Advantage insurer be great at drug development for their target audience?
Can a Medicare Advantage insurer be great at drug development for their target audience? The top team at Clover Health believes they can do something no other health insurer in the US has attempted: Build new drugs from scratch.
Huge market for meat alternatives, says venture capitalist
Jihan Bowes-Little of Bracket Capital discusses the state of the IPO market on CNBC's "Closing Bell."
The New York–based company [Andela] has focused on developing an engineering workforce throughout Africa
The New York–based company [Andela] has focused on developing an engineering workforce throughout Africa, which Andela says has vast underutilized talent. Andela aims to further differentiate itself by training its engineers on the goals of customers’ businesses, as well as in technical skills, to help overcome some of the strains that can occur with a remote, outsourced workforce.
Micromobility company Bird has unveiled its newest model, Bird One
Micromobility company Bird has unveiled its newest model, Bird One, which promises to be significantly more durable than existing e-scooters, especially when used as part of a shared fleet.