Venture Capital (VC)

The Straits Times  Dec 12  Comment 
December 13, 2014 12:55 AM A SILICON Valley venture capitalist (VC) says entrepreneurs here should be exploiting technologies such as 3D printing and wearable devices, which are fast shaking up the start-up industry globally.
Forbes  Dec 12  Comment 
For a CEO such as Markus Witte, who is very serious about innovation, a core effort for his company – Babbel, a highly visible, VC backed online language platform – is to be a “learning company.”  He explains, “It is not only because...
Forbes  Dec 11  Comment 
Venture capitalists have the amazing and inadvertent ability to turn normally confident entrepreneurs into “bobbleheads” that nod and agree with everything they say. As an entrepreneur who used to sit on the other side of the table as an...
Yahoo  Dec 10  Comment 
At the end of their first year at Stanford University, a half dozen students snagged an apartment-style dormitory on the third floor of Griffin House, overlooking the campus golf course. A little over ...
TechCrunch  Dec 10  Comment 
 Norwegian VC Northzone seems to have a penchant for investing in mobile gaming companies right now. After leading Space Ape Games’ recent $7 million Series C round, the venture capital firm has invested in Finnish game studio PlayRaven —...
New York Times  Dec 10  Comment 
Bill Gates of Microsoft, Jerry Yang of Yahoo, Evan Williams of Twitter have invested $25 million to effectively do the work of a traditional venture capital firm.
Forbes  Dec 9  Comment 
Bob More, head of venture investing at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, explains how venture funding is helping the developing world. From the 2014 Forbes Healthcare Summit in NYC.
Forbes  Dec 9  Comment 
The "elevator pitch" became a thing in the Internet 1.0 era. It was a good idea at the time. The notion was that  if you're a startup entrepreneur and you get in an elevator with a vc or someone who could help your business, you'd better be able...  Dec 9  Comment 
NEW YORK (TheStreet) –– Awash in data, the world's trying to store it all and figure out what to do with it. Enter start-up DataGravity, which hopes its offerings will help businesses understand what's in that data and how best to visualize...
New York Times  Dec 9  Comment 
Bill Gates of Microsoft, Jerry Yang of Yahoo, Evan Williams of Twitter have invested $25 million to effectively do the work of a traditional venture capital firm.


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This article is about Venture Capital. For the article on the company with ticker VC, see Rambus Visteon Corporation (VC).

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