AirWatch, a mobile security company, brought on another $25 million in its first round of funding after getting hundreds of millions in February.
Facebook has been good for Breyer, who made more than $100 million from his investment.
It's a good day for European and Israeli startups seeking funding, as Accel Partners announced a new $475 million fund today for early-stage tech companies.
Private company research firm Privco has ranked the top 20 merger and acquisitions of the top 20 technology VC firms of 2012, including Ancestry.com's $1.6 billion sale to private equity firm Permira and other top tech acquisitions such as Yammer, Meebo, Instagram, and NextG networks.
Intel Capital comes out on top.
Editor's Pick Game investments were red hot in the first half, but slowed after Zynga's sinking market value crushed valuations.
Venture capital gives startups runway to develop, launch, and grow. Here are the companies putting funding through their grinders.
Accel Partners is said to be closing Accel London IV, a fund primarily dedicated to European tech companies.
Editor's Pick Online education platform Lynda.com pulls in a whopping $103 million in its first round of funding.
Six months after the departure of cofounder John Simon, General Catalyst Partners has scooped up Adam Valkin from Accel Partners, where he has worked since April 2010.
Cloudera has pulled in $65 million in its fifth round of venture capital funding, bringing the company's total funds to $140 million.
Editor's Pick While consumer-focused companies like Facebook and Zynga exploded, business software startups have been quietly scoring household-name customers with multi-million dollar budgets, kicking legacy players off their pedestal, and filing for higher-than-expected IPOs.
Jungle Ventures raises pan-Asian super fund for startups
Braintree, a startup that makes payment processing easier for e-commerce vendors, has raised $35 million.
Housetrip, a London-based marketplace for travel accommodation, has raised $40 million from European investors.
Trifacta is coming out of stealth mode today as the latest "big data" startup. Accordingly, it has raised $4.3 million from Accel Partners' Big Data Fund. Trifacta is creating productivity platforms that make data analysts more productive. And the company's visualization software makes normal folks into database analysts.
Stealth "big data" startup Origami Logic has raised $8M and climbing
Tenable Network Security has taken $50 million in its first round of funding for its software that protects against cyber crime.
Editor's Pick Hollywood North? L.A. with rain? The city that riots whenever its hockey team doesn't win the Stanley Cup?
Americans might think of Vancouver in many ways, but typically not as a tech startup mecca.
San Francisco's East Bay is known for its hippie movement, Berkeley's Telegraph Avenue, and oil refineries -- not so much for venture capital. Claremont Creek Ventures, an East Bay's VC, wants to change this perception.