Industry veteran Ken Coleman joins venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, 26 years after he introduced founder Ben Horowitz to the technology world.
With its investment in Rap Genius, Andreesen Horowitz will help add a new layer of information to the web.
Venture capitalist Ben Horowitz shares tales from his career as a founder, CEO, and investor.
Yext, the New York City-based company that lets businesses manage their online listings, announced today that it has sold off its pay-per-call ad division (recently spun-off as “Felix”) to IAC-owned CityGrid Media.
Andreessen Horowitz co-founder Ben Horowitz thinks Apple could be better poised to come out ahead in the mobile platform wars against Google.
Since it was founded in June of 2009 Andreessen-Horowitz has emerged as the hottest new name in venture funding. Part of the firm’s cache comes from its aggressive approach. Today’s announcement that Andreessen-Horowtiz has raised another $1.5 billion, which everyone knew was coming, will only increase that. Overall, this means Andreessen-Horowitz has $2.7 billion under management.
Ben Horowitz, a co-founder of the venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, says he and his famous partner Marc Andreessen hope to carve out a different path in creating a new kind of venture capital firm.
Wikets, a soon-to-be-released iPhone application that recommends places and products to friends, announced a $1.5 million seed round from Andreessen-Horowitz and Battery Ventures today. But will yet another recommendations product survive when reviews and opinions already litter the Internet?