Samsung's latest strategy? Nabbing tiny stakes in companies it relies heavily on.
Add Intel Capital to the growing list of companies eager to work with Bluestacks.
In what would become a very expensive game of musical chairs, Google is interested in making a $50 million investment into music video service Vevo.
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Ashton Kutcher has been deeply affected by Steve Jobs, the Apple cofounder he plays in the upcoming movie jOBS. He is bringing lessons from Jobs' life not only into his own life but into his meeting with potential investments.
Dell's not-so-secret attempt to go private is getting even more interesting.
With entrepreneur-friendly government regulation and high-quality late stage companies on the cusp of going public, VCs expect to see solid returns in the coming year.
The nation's largest cable service provider, Comcast, is investing $150 million in cable box manufacturer Arris.
Sometimes stolen money does come back to you. Facebook gave $250,000 to team of cyber security research students at the University of Alabama Birmingham today after the group helped track down hackers associated with the Koobface virus, which plagued the social network for some time.
Here is what happened in today's funding news on the day Alaska became part of America.
Read about investment in coffee and the cloud in today's Funding Daily
Looks like Andreessen-Horowitz is building out its social investments side of the business. It came out today that the venture firm hired Twitter culture guru Elizabeth Weil to help expand its social know-how.
BipSync, a startup created by three Stanford graduate students, aims to simplify the process of gathering, retrieving, and analyzing information about investment opportunities.
Microsoft is buying a little influence for its number-two search engine with a strategic investment in Klout.
New York City-based LearnVest is aiming big with its latest update, which transforms the startup from a niche financial planning service to something that anyone can use.
HTC announced this morning that it would lose $40 million due to OnLive's restructuring, but it's also pumping money into an enterprise app platform.
Investor Paul Kedrosky and StockTwits CEO Howard Lindzon were supposed to debate each other Thursday at the International Startup Festival but instead ended up agreeing on almost everything, including that the world needs more “startups that matter.”
“On an annual …
Sony, which is dealing with billions of dollars in losses and its worst fiscal year yet, is considering taking a $623 million stake in flailing camera company Olympus.
The Japanese camera company has been in a dark place ever since …
With a $5.7 billion loss in 2011, Sony is coming off its worst year ever. Blame the Thailand floods or its collapsing TV business, but either way the result is the same: Sony needs more income.
It may have a …
Check out today’s funding news; there’s a lot of it. A high-brow Airbnb clone snagged $12 million, and 3-D printing received a $6.2 million boost. Take a look at the other companies that VCs are throwing money at today: