When FinTech fails: lessons from the startup graveyard

Even before the election of Donald Trump, rumors of an impending tech slump on both sides of the Atlantic were becoming more pronounced. Despite the much-vaunted fintech boom, evidence suggests companies are staying private for longer, as the markets grow less tolerant of those not generating profits. Overall evidence suggests a climate that is becoming more cautious to tech start-up valuations, with the value of dollars invested last quarter totaling less than half of that seen in the third quarter of 2015. Read more: theinquirer.net