Published On: Wed, May 27th, 2020

Equity Morning: Remote work startup fundings galore, and a vital justice decision

Good morning and acquire behind to TechCrunch’s Equity Monday, a brief jumpstart for your week.

This is a messed-up edition, given we are both hosting Equity Monday on Tuesday (because that creates sense) and a normal horde Alex Wilhelm is on vacation, withdrawal (editor’s note: bad and massively underpaid) handling editor Danny Crichton to arise adult early on a initial day of a workweek to speak to himself in front of a microphone.

Here’s what we (okay I) talked about this morning:

  • We talked about remote work and an essay we wrote called “Work From Home is dead, prolonged live Work From Anywhere”
  • Remote workman payroll startup Deel’s a16z appropriation round
  • Facebook’s cost-of-living composition debate and remote workforce initiatives
  • An essay we wrote on digital nomads a few years behind called Digital nomads are employing and banishment their governments
  • Run The World’s second fundraise in dual months, this time from Founders Fund
  • The large justice preference for Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou tomorrow, who has been underneath residence detain in British Columbia given Dec 2018
  • The U.K.’s annulment of a preference to embody Huawei in a 5G network plans, also referencing Scott Bade’s square on Huawei and a West
  • And finally, removing prepared to discuss with Verizon CEO (and TechCrunch’s ultimate conduct honcho) Hans Vestberg after currently during 2pm EDT / 11am PDT given we can’t get adequate about telecommunications

Equity will be behind Friday morning with more. Welcome to a week!

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