Entrepreneurship

57 startups that became unicorns in 2017

While 57 is still a large number, it's clear that the froth has died down from the unicorn bonanza that occurred in 2015. Image: REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

Jeff Desjardins

Founder and editor, Visual Capitalist

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