A roundup of today’s funding news, presented with numbers, letters, and song.
Funding stories far more real than Beyonce’s performance of the National Anthem.
Despite the inaugural festivities, 49ers win yesterday, and MLK Day, there are still a few bits of funding news for your reading pleasure.
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.
A frenzy of media-related funding news. I’m the guy on the left.
Bessemer Venture Parters (“BVP”) has made do with having the reputation as the “down to earth” venture capital firm. But 2012 was a record year, and BVP is ready to shout it from the rooftops.
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Redpoint Ventures announced the closing of its fifth fund, $400 million dedicated to supporting early stage entrepreneurs, startups, and the technology they create.
Herrod will lead the firm’s investment focus in “next generation infrastructure technologies.”
Media corporation Cox Enterprises invests $250 million in serial entrepreneur Tripp Rackley and his vision.
A big ol’ bowl of funding news, with cherries on top.
They may not win Golden Globes or walk the red carpet in couture, but these startups raised millions from investors today.
Thanks to investors and the alleged “energetic gateway” that opened today, an unusually high number of startups announced fundraising today.
Funding Daily, all wrapped up in canvas and oil paint.
Guest Post Investors suffer from a number of cognitive biases. The biggest, most powerful and most dangerous bias in Silicon Valley today is called the “herd mentality” or “bandwagon effect”. A data-driven approach is the best way to break through these biases.
A friendly feast of funding news to get you over the hump.
Health companies dominated the deals sector in today’s Funding Daily.
Your daily dose of funding news, with side of tragedy and song.
2013′s first Funding Daily.
Guest Post With the balance of power shifting to the VC, here’s some advice from Blumberg Capital’s Jon Soberg to help founders stay afloat.
Guest Post When I look at how data analytics will impact VC, do I realistically think algorithms will give me a competitive advantage? No. These are not liquid markets, and there are very few good data points.
Strong, weak, investor, entrepreneur, kitten, soldier, journalist. We all survived, and with it, so did Funding Daily.
A pre-doomsday round up of the news from the investment world. Let’s hope there is one tomorrow too.
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.
A festive holiday party mix bowl of today’s funding news.
Boston venture capital firm .406 Ventures pools together a $175M fund for early-stage enterprise IT companies.
Sequoia’s latest VC fund is big, global, and aimed at later-stage growth companies.
A round-up of funding deals to finish up your week.
A high-powered, super intense, investment fueled Funding Daily. Readers, get your gloves on.
Here is a round-up of today’s funding news, all dressed up in its holiday finest! Looking good.
Food, food, and more food in today’s Funding Daily. Tis the season to be hungry for food startups.
Quantum Wave Fund will dedicate $100 million to startups making breakthroughs in quantum technology.
London is heating up as an international hub of technology innovation in today’s round up of funding news.
Naya Ventures announces a new $50 million for early-stage mobile and cloud companies.
79 years ago, Prohibition. Today, entrepreneurs embody some of that bootlegging spirit to get companies off the ground.
Life in the tech scene is a lot like life on the Africa savanna. Read more to find out which 15 companies drank from investor watering holes today.
11 hot deals were announced today in the tech scene. Here they are, all wrapped up in a festive, holiday season bow.
A barnyard roundup of the animals, I mean companies that raised money today.
Health care is a massive part of the U.S. economy — about 20 percent — but it’s not one that we talk about often when we think of venture capital. That might be about to change.