The startup world's moments of ignominy; chronicling the sexual harassment cases that shamed the industry in 2017

Of course, allegations of sexual assaults against Dave McClure were the highlights of this year, but then there have been other major embarrassments, too 

Today's top tech news - November 28

CEOs make their exits, an update on SoftBank's plans to invest in Uber, and more 

Japan's AOS Mobile raises US$2.7M funding round led by Fenox VC

Business communications solutions provider AOS Mobile is looking forward to expand to Asian market, starting from India and Vietnam 

Read this or die: Top stories from November 23

Because we know we’d die a little inside if we missed these top stories 

We regret not investing in Tokopedia despite getting a chance, says Fenox CEO Anis Uzzaman

Since its inception in 2011, Fenox has invested in 115 companies, including and, and has 13 exits to its name 

Regulators raid Airbnb office in Japan over suspected antitrust practices

The home rental company allegedly forced users to sign contracts promising not to list on rival sites 

SoftBank is very close to acquiring a large stake in Uber

SoftBank is set to purchase US$1 billion of fresh stocks from Uber 

Blockchain-powered fintech startup Quoine raises US$105M in oversubscribed ICO

With offices in Japan, Vietnam and Singapore, Quoine provides trading, exchange and next generation financial services powered by blockchain technology 

Captain's Log, Nov 3: Monaco prepaid card receives Visa approval, Go-Jek reportedly acquires Midtrans

In addition to Monaco and Go-Jek, payments firm Paytm and space-tech startup Infostellar also have some crucial updates to share