Hello and welcome to Equity, a podcast about the startup business where we break down the numbers and nuances behind the headlines. This is our Friday episode where we dive into the most critical stories and themes of the week.

As the week comes to an end, we also wrap up the trial of former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried, the one-time cryptocurrency tycoon who is about to spend 25 years in prison. While SBF news is a big deal, there’s a lot more to cover in today’s Stocks news roundup.

and Kirsten Korosek, Mary Ann Azevedoand Alex William This week, staffers are on board to take a deep dive into Robinhood’s new credit card and what it can tell us about the major tech companies’ strategies, Fisker’s latest woes, and even the new AI model Databricks spent $10 million to launch.

But this is not enough. We also took a deep dive into two kid-focused startups. One wants to help kids learn how to make music, while the other is dedicated to reducing waste and helping parents take care of their kids on a budget. Finally, we take a look at who the real unicorn founders are, and a new $100 million fund supporting climate technology.

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