Jerry Yang

Forbes  Aug 30  Comment 
After $16 million in funding from the likes of Jerry Yang and Ashton Kutcher, Washio is shutting down.
The Economic Times  Jul 26  Comment 
Its original founders Jerry Yang and David Filo always chose the popular option or made decisions its shareholders thought was right.
The Economic Times  Jul 25  Comment 
Two Stanford University students put their studies on hold to create what was at one time an essential part of the internet. Then they stopped taking risks.
Forbes  Jul 25  Comment 
TechCrunch  Jan 28  Comment 
 BirdEye, a software company focused on helping its clients improve their business reputations and customer experiences in real time, has raised $8 million in Series A funding led by Trinity Ventures. Plenty of Silicon Valley luminaries also...  Dec 9  Comment 
Uber's China rival, Didi Kuaidi, is bringing Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang on board, as competition continues to heat up between the two ride-hailing apps.
TechCrunch  Dec 8  Comment 
 Didi Kuaidi, the largest car-hailing app in China, announced today that it has added Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang to its board as its senior advisor. In a statement, the company said Yang’s experience will help it build its mobile platform,...
TechCrunch  Dec 2  Comment 
 Osaro, a new, San Francisco-based startup that’s developing advanced machine learning known as deep reinforcement learning, has raised $3.3 million in seed funding to take its technology to market. The money comes from Scott Banister, Jerry...  May 15  Comment 
The investment values the ridesharing company at $2.5bn, which he says is a bargain compared with Uber’s $41bn Billionaire investor Carl Icahn has bought a $100m stake in Lyft, the fast-growing taxi app rival to Uber. Icahn, who is well known...
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.
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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