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Jobs in these 10 industries will grow most in demand in 2022, from 'behavioral health' to cybersecurity

Knowing who's hiring may help save you a lot of time and effort.panida wijitpanya/Getty Images If you're looking for a job in 2022, it's worth knowing which roles will have the most vacancies. AI, cybersecurity, and renewable energy will be some of the biggest recruiting industries. If you want to find work in 2022, it's important to know which jobs will be most in demand.  Whether you're entering the job market for the first time, or you're looking to make a career ch...
Tags: UK, Ipo, US, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Linkedin, Bloomberg, Nordic, BI International, Tech Insider, UiPath, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors, Tech Contributors


Big Tech salaries revealed: How much engineers, developers, and product managers make at companies including Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Intel, Uber, IBM, and Salesforce

Business Insider analyzed salary data for workers at top tech companies.SrdjanPav/Getty Images Business Insider analyzed salary data for thousands of workers to reveal how much large tech companies pay. We crunched the numbers for companies including Airbnb, Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Salesforce, Snap, and Uber. The data, which US companies report in visa applications for foreign workers, sheds light on how engineers, designers, and others are compensated in the competitive i...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Transportation, Facebook, Lyft, Uber, New York, Texas, Enterprise, Microsoft, California, US, Trends, Tech, Pay


Big Tech salaries revealed: How much engineers, developers, and product managers make at companies including Amazon, Facebook, Google, Apple, Microsoft, Intel, Uber, IBM, and Salesforce

Business Insider analyzed salary data for workers at top tech companies. SrdjanPav/Getty Images Business Insider analyzed salary data for thousands of workers to reveal how much large tech companies pay. We crunched the numbers for companies including Airbnb, Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Salesforce, Snap, and Uber. The data, which US companies report in visa applications for foreign workers, sheds light on how engineers, designers, and others are compensated in the competiti...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Transportation, Facebook, Uber, New York, Texas, Enterprise, Microsoft, California, US, Trends, Tech, Pay, Intel


Announcing the agenda for TechCrunch Sessions: SaaS

TechCrunch Sessions is back! On October 27, we’re taking on the ferociously competitive field of software as a service (SaaS), and we’re thrilled to announce our packed agenda, overflowing with some of the biggest names and most exciting startups in the industry. And you’re in luck, because $75 early-bird tickets are still on sale — make sure you book yours so you can enjoy all the agenda has to offer and save $100 bucks before prices go up! Throughout the day, you can expect to hear from indust...
Tags: Google, Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Microsoft, Cloud Computing, Linkedin, Tech, Ceo, Companies, Artificial Intelligence, Software, Ford, Computing, Gm, Firewall


UIPath CEO Daniel Dines is coming to TC Sessions: SaaS to talk RPA and automation

UIPath came seemingly out of nowhere in the last several years, going public last year in a successful IPO during which it raised over $527 million. It raised $2 billion in private money prior to that with its final private valuation coming in at an amazing $35 billion. UIPath CEO Daniel Dines will be joining us on a panel on automation at TC Sessions: Saas on October 27th. The company has been able capture all this investor attention doing something called Robotic Process Automation, which prov...
Tags: TC, Technology, Enterprise, Articles, Tech, Ceo, Artificial Intelligence, Software, Automation, Machine Learning, Salesforce, Databricks, Servicenow, Crunchbase, Dave Wright, RPA


xentral, an ERP platform for SMBs, raises $75M Series B from Tiger Global and Meritech

Enterprise Resource Planning systems have traditionally been the preserve of larger companies, but in recent years the amount of data small medium sized businesses can generate has increased to the point where even SMEs/SMBs can get into the world of ERP. And that’s especially true for online-only businesses. At the beginning of the year we covered the $20 million Series A funding of Xentral, a German startup that develops ERP for online small businesses, but it clearly didn’t plan to stop there...
Tags: Amazon, TC, Europe, Business, UK, Ebay, Germany, Berlin, Articles, Tech, Ceo, ERP, Artificial Intelligence, United States, United Kingdom, Online Payments


Affordable student passes available for TC Sessions: SaaS 2021

If you’re a current student or a recent grad with a burning passion for data, software and artificial intelligence, we want you to join us on October 27 for TC Sessions: SaaS 2021. The software-as-a-service sector keeps growing rapidly — both in size and sophistication, and it’s going to require a deep bench of thinkers, makers and technologists to create and wrangle a data-driven future. We want to foster the next generation, and we’ve set aside discounted, budget-friendly passes especially for...
Tags: Google, TC, Tech, Software, SaaS, Computing, Head, Databricks, Software As A Service, Business Models, Olo, Monte Carlo, Javier Soltero, Ali Ghodsi, UiPath, Co-founder


Big Tech salaries revealed: How much engineers, developers, and product managers make at companies including Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft, Intel, Uber, IBM, and Salesforce

Business Insider analyzed salary data for workers at top tech companies. SrdjanPav/Getty Images Business Insider analyzed salary data for thousands of workers to reveal how much large tech companies pay. We crunched the numbers for companies including Airbnb, Amazon, Apple, Google, Microsoft, Salesforce, Snap, and Uber. The data, which US companies report in visa applications for foreign workers, sheds light on how engineers, designers, and others are compensated in the competitive industr...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Uber, Enterprise, Microsoft, US, Trends, Tech, Pay, Intel, Features, Snapchat, Artificial Intelligence, Cruise


Blossom Capital lures Alex Lim from Silicon Valley to join the European tech boom

Alex Lim, a British-born VC based in the Bay Area who invested in Hopin, UiPath, Discord, and many other unicorns has decided to up sticks and leave Sand Hill Road behind for Blossom Capital in London. Blossom is fast making a name for itself both in Europe and internationally, having invested in breakout hits like Tines, Duffel, and Checkout.com. Lim, the youngest-ever Partner promotion at IVP, leaves after six years to take on the role of Managing Partner at Blossom. Blossom founder Ophelia Br...
Tags: Startups, TC, Europe, UK, London, Finance, US, Companies, Artificial Intelligence, Software, United States, United Kingdom, Credit Suisse, Silicon Valley, West Coast, Alex


The 25 large companies with the best leadership teams, according to employees

Google CEO Sundar Pichai. Google is one of the companies part of Comparably's best leadership teams ranking. Justin Sullivan: Getty Images Comparably's latest ranking looks at the companies with the best executives and managers. The top companies belong to different industries, from tech to healthcare. Here's the top 25 large companies with the best leadership according to employees. See more stories on Insider's business page. 25. CVS Health Courtesy of Comparab...
Tags: Google, New York, Leadership, Careers, San Francisco, Trends, Atlanta, Features, Companies, Cambridge, San Jose, Oakland, Santa Clara, Waltham, Dearborn, Provo


Vitosha Venture Partners launches $30M fund to back Bulgarian-related early-stage startups

Vitosha Venture Partners is a brand new venture fund launching out of Bulgaria, and backed by the Bulgarian government. The 26 million euro ($30M) fund aims to invest in approximately 100 companies, starting from low ticket sizes all the way up to a million, in early-stage and growth-stage companies that are based in or related to Bulgaria. Vitosha will be co-financed by the European Structural and Investment Funds under the Operational Programme for Innovation and Competitiveness 2014-2020, man...
Tags: TC, Europe, Tech, Venture Capital, Bulgaria, Agtech, Eastern Europe, Kamen, Erik Anderson, UiPath, Co-founder, Managing Partner, South Eastern Europe, Vitosha, European Structural and Investment Funds, Max Gurvits


5 investors discuss the future of RPA after UIPath’s IPO

Robotic process automation (RPA) has certainly been getting a lot of attention in the last year, with startups, acquisitions and IPOs all coming together in a flurry of market activity. It all seemed to culminate with UiPath’s IPO last month. The company that appeared to come out of nowhere in 2017 eventually had a final private valuation of $35 billion. It then had the audacity to match that at its IPO. A few weeks later, it still has a market cap of over $38 billion in spite of the stock price...
Tags: Startups, TC, Enterprise, Tech, Automation, Gartner, Venture Capital, Deloitte, Idc, Cagr, RPA, Jai Das, UiPath, Workflow Automation, Soma Somasegar, Ed Sim


Building a creator-focused OS

Welcome back to The TechCrunch Exchange, a weekly startups-and-markets newsletter. It’s broadly based on the daily column that appears on Extra Crunch, but free, and made for your weekend reading.  A week ago TechCrunch covered Pico’s $6.5 million funding round and described it as “a New York startup that helps online creators and media companies make money and manage their customer data.” The Exchange has also covered Pico before, most recently during a mid-2020 dive into the world of indie pub...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, Y Combinator, UK, New York, America, San Francisco, Tech, Cms, Kim, Instacart, Coinbase, Bain Capital Ventures, Exchange, Battery Ventures, Anthony Ha


Extra Crunch roundup: Klaviyo EC-1, micromobility’s second wave, UiPath CFO interview, more

Origin stories are satisfying because we already know the hero will overcome the odds — and in doing so, they’ll reveal their core strengths. This week, we published a four-part series about how Klaviyo co-founders Andrew Bialecki and Ed Hallen bootstrapped their startup into an e-commerce marketing automation platform now valued at $4.15 billion. Neither founder was bitten by a radioactive spider or received a serum that enhanced their entrepreneurial skills; instead, they focused on outreach t...
Tags: Startups, TC, Transportation, Europe, Advertising Tech, Finance, US, San Francisco, United States, Michael Dell, SaaS, Venture Capital, SEC, Dell, EC, Vmware


After going public, once-hot startups are riding a valuation roller coaster

To close out the week, a short meditation on value, or, more precisely, how assets are valued in today’s markets. Do you recall the pre-direct-listing hype Coinbase enjoyed? After reporting its estimated first-quarter financial performance, interest in the domestic cryptocurrency trading giant ran red-hot. When Coinbase set a $250 per-share direct listing , it was broadly viewed as modest, if not downright low. Of course, a reference price is just that — a reference — so it wasn’t too big a dea...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, Root, Tech, Bitcoin, Coinbase, Yahoo Finance, The Exchange, UiPath, EC Newsletter, EC News Analysis, EC Fintech


No one is talking about remote work from space

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. First and foremost, Equity was nominated a Webby for “Best Technology Podcast”!!! Drop everything and go Vote for Equity! We’d appreciate. A lot. And even if we lose, well, we’ll keep doing our thing and making each other laugh. Natasha and Danny and Alex and Chris got together to chat through the week’s biggest news. And like every other week in recent memory, it ...
Tags: Apple, Fundings & Exits, Startups, Microsoft, China, Equity, Alex, Mastercard, Chris, Danny, Natasha, RPA, Clearbanc, Deel, Discord, Albedo


Qualtrics posts revenue, subscription rise after leaving SAP's bosom

Plus: UiPath and Teradata give investors reason for cheer. Yes, plenty of the wrong people happy on a Thursday in lockdown Former SAP biz Qualtrics has beat expectations by posting a substantial revenue and subscriptions rise amongst three bits of upbeat tech-stock news that indicate fair winds for the market, putting smug smiles on the faces of investors.…
Tags: Software, Sap, Teradata, UiPath


As UiPath closes above its final private valuation, CFO Ashim Gupta discusses his company’s path to market

After an upward revision, UiPath priced its IPO last night at $56 per share, a few dollars above its raised target range. The above-range price meant that the unicorn put more capital into its books through its public offering. For a company in a market as competitive as robotic process automation (RPA), the funds are welcome. In fact, RPA has been top of mind for startups and established companies alike over the last year or so. In that time frame, enterprise stalwarts like SAP, Microsoft, IBM ...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, Cloud, Enterprise, Ipo, Tech, SaaS, Gartner, SEC, RPA, Robotic Process Automation, UiPath, Ashim Gupta, EC Enterprise Applications, EC Cloud and Enterprise Infrastructure, EC News Analysis


Dow climbs 316 points as US stocks snap 2-day losing streak

Peter Tuchman, right, works among fellow traders at a post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Wednesday, March 4, 2020. AP Photo/Richard Drew US stocks surged on Wednesday with the Dow up more than 300 points, snapping a two-day losing streak.Investors bought the early morning dip in stocks, which was in part spurred by weak earnings results from Netflix.The video-streaming company said it expects the slowest quarter of subscriber growth in history.Sign up here for our daily newsl...
Tags: Finance, US, Trends, Markets, Netflix, Manchester United, Juventus, Trading, New York Stock Exchange, Stock Market, Dow Jones, S&P 500, Libra, Cnbc, Dow Jones Industrial Average, Jpmorgan


AI startup UiPath jumps 26% during its public debut, pushing valuation to $37 billion

UiPath CEO Daniel Dines UiPath Shares of UiPath jumped as much as 26% on Wednesday, bringing its valuation to $37 billion at intraday highs. The rally indicates the growing demand for automated services, especially during the pandemic. But an analyst said the company has to do more than being "just a little better in an existing market." See more stories on Insider's business page. Shares of UiPath jumped as much as 26% on Wednesday during its public debut at the New York Stock Exchan...
Tags: Microsoft, Ipo, Trends, Startup, Markets, Software, Automation, New York Stock Exchange, Stock Market, Kleiner Perkins, Battery Ventures, BUCHAREST Romania, Dharmesh Thakker, UiPath, Daniel Dines, Isabelle Lee


UiPath climbs 17% in stock market debut after one of largest US software IPOs in history

UiPath and its investors sold shares at $56 a piece in the IPO, bringing in $1.34 billion, one of the biggest IPOs ever for a U.S....
Tags: US, UiPath


A cooling trend in public markets makes UiPath’s down-round IPO a win for the company

Robotic process automation (RPA) unicorn UiPath last night priced its IPO at $56 per share, above its raised price target range of $52 to $54. The company sold 9,416,384 shares at that price, alongside 14,474,393 from existing shareholders. Its underwriters can purchase 3,583,616 shares at its IPO price if they so choose. UiPath raised $527.3 million on a gross basis for the primary shares that it sold in the transaction, a deal that values the company at around $29.1 billion on a non-diluted ba...
Tags: Google, Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Tech, Exchange, The Exchange, UiPath, EC Newsletter, EC News Analysis, UiPath IPO


Laiye, China’s answer to UiPath, closes $50 million Series C+

Robotic process automation has become buzzy in the last few months. New York-based UiPath is on course to launch an initial public offering after gaining an astounding valuation of $35 billion in February. Over in China, homegrown RPA startup Laiye is making waves as well. Laiye, which develops software to mimic mundane workplace tasks like keyboard strokes and mouse clicks, announced it has raised $50 million in a Series C+ round. The proceeds came about the Beijing-based company pulled in th...
Tags: Asia, New York, China, Tech, Beijing, United States, Baidu, Ping An, Ron Miller, RPA, Lanzhou, UiPath, Laiye, Laiye China, Wu Capital RPA, Europe Laiye


UiPath Raises $1.34 Billion in IPO

By Krystal Hu and Echo Wang(Reuters) -Automation technology startup UiPath said on Tuesday it sold shares in its initial public offering (IPO)...
Tags: UiPath, Krystal Hu, Echo Wang Reuters Automation


UiPath raises IPO range, still targets lower valuation than final private round

Robotic process automation unicorn UiPath is set to go public this week, concentrating our focus on its value. The well-known company was last valued on the private markets at $35 billion in February when it closed a $750 million round. Living up to that price as a public company, however, at least when it comes to its formal IPO price, is proving to be challenging. In a sense, that’s not too surprising given that the red-hot IPO market cooled as Q1 2021 came to a close. UiPath raised its last p...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Ipo, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, RPA, Robotic Process Automation, UiPath, EC Cloud and Enterprise Infrastructure, EC News Analysis


Equity Monday: Clubhouse, UiPath, and the crypto flash crash

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This is Equity Monday, our weekly kickoff that tracks the latest private market news, talks about the coming week, digs into some recent funding rounds and mulls over a larger theme or narrative from the private markets. You can follow the show on Twitter here and myself here. First, our news roundup from last week was probably the most fun I’ve had in a few months,...
Tags: Apple, Fundings & Exits, Startups, Bitcoin, Crypto, Equity, Clubhouse, Druva, RazorPay, DoNotPay, Equity podcast, UiPath, 6:00 AM PST


Extra Crunch roundup: UiPath’s IPO filing, predicting revenue, how to pivot properly, much more

This is not a boast, but a warning: I could write a how-to article on almost any topic. Give me enough time to do some research, and I can put together a reliable step-by-step for building a custom gaming PC, installing a hot water heater or interpreting public health data. But since I’ve never actually done those things, I would encourage you to ignore any advice I have to offer. Trusted advice comes from experience. That’s why Ron Miller interviewed three entrepreneurs who have each built mult...
Tags: Amazon, Startups, TC, Facebook, Europe, Microsoft, California, Entrepreneurship, Ipo, US, Tech, Austin, United States, Quora, Venture Capital, Dell


What we all missed in UiPath’s latest IPO filing

Robotic process automation platform UiPath filed its first S-1/A this week, setting an initial price range for its shares. The numbers were impressive, if slightly disappointing because what UiPath indicated in terms of its potential IPO value was a lower valuation than it earned during its final private fundraising. It’s hard to say that a company looking to go public at a valuation north of $25 billion is a letdown, but compared to preceding levels of hype, the numbers were a bit of a shock. ...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Tech, The Exchange, UiPath, EC Newsletter, EC News Analysis


The IPO market is sending us mixed messages

If you only stayed up to date with the Coinbase direct listing this week, you’re forgiven. It was, after all, one heck of a flotation. But underneath the cryptocurrency exchange’s public debut, other IPO news that matters did happen this week. And the news adds up to a somewhat muddled picture of the current IPO market. To cap off the week, let’s run through IPO news from UiPath, Coinbase, Grab, AppLovin and Zenvia. The aggregate dataset should help you form your own perspective about where toda...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, Ipo, Tech, Coinbase, SPAC, Grab, UiPath, EC Cloud and Enterprise Infrastructure, EC News Analysis, EC Fintech, UiPath Coinbase Grab AppLovin


AI startup UiPath looks to raise $1.1 billion in US IPO

Co-founder and CEO of UiPath Daniel Dines on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin 2019 at Arena Berlin on December 12, 2019 in Berlin, Germany. Photo by Noam Galai/Getty Images for TechCrunch UiPath seeks to raise up to $1.1 billion in its US IPO, according to an SEC filing Monday. This brings its valuation as high as $26 billion based on its outstanding shares. UiPath is offering 6.8 million shares, while shareholders are offering 14.5 million shares. Sign up here for our daily newsletter...
Tags: Asia, New York, Microsoft, Berlin, US, Trends, Gartner, SEC, New York Stock Exchange, Morgan Stanley, Kleiner Perkins, Securities And Exchange Commission, United States Europe, Microsoft Corp, JPMorgan Chase Co, BUCHAREST Romania