SigOpt, a young startup co-founded and led by Cornell PhD and ex-Yelper Scott Clark, has raised $6.6 million from Andreessen Horowitz to build out its product, which is helping MillerCoors make tastier beer. Well, sort of. In reality,...Show More Summary
Research optimization and machine learning startup SigOpt announced today that it has closed a $6 million investment round — led by existing investor Andreessen Horowitz — to scale its team and “expand the capabilities of its platform.”...Show More Summary
Despite a decline in information technology budgets, the venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz is looking to fund new startups in enterprise computing and software.
If you look strictly at flat to declining information t […]
Honor, an in-home care startup has raised $42 million in Series B funding led by Thrive Capital along with participating investors 8VC, Andreessen Horowitz, and Syno Capital. The latest round brings the total funding raised to date to $62 million. Show More Summary
Anu Hariharan is joining Y Combinator as a partner in its fund for investing in alumni companies, YC Continuity. She explains why she made the jump from top firm Andreessen Horowitz and how YC will look at growth opportunities in months to come.
While startups in enterprise mobility are selling or closing shop, Andreessen Horowitz is doubling down. It's bet another $23 million on Capriza to bring remake complex web apps to run on workers' phones.
Andreessen Horowitz VC partner Chris Dixon on early stage autonomous vehicles. "It?s much easier to solve self-driving when the weather?s good, for example, than when it?s snowy, dark or rainy. And it?s easier on highways and in suburbs," says Dixon. Show More Summary
Within ten years, roads will be full of driverless cars. Maybe within two, depending on where you're driving. That's what Chris Dixon, a partner at prestigious Silicon Valley investment firm Andreessen Horowitz believes. Dixon has written...Show More Summary
When the venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz annou […]
Marc Andreessen, cofounder of Andreessen Horowitz, a VC firm that is a major investor in Zenefits, tweeted on Friday that his company never had any intention of suing Zenefits. Just hours ago on Thursday evening, Zenefits' current CEO,...Show More Summary
When it comes to the inner working of the tech industry, Andreessen Horowitz general partner Martin Casado knows a thing or two. In 2007, Casado cofounded networking startup Nicira, which raised $41.82 million in venture funding before...Show More Summary
The co-founder of VC firm Andreessen Horowitz says the M&A and IPO market will surge in the coming months.
Marc Andreessen, cofounder of the high-profile venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, Facebook board member, and legendary tech investor, thinks that Microsoft's $26 billion acquisition of LinkedIn is just the tip of the iceberg. In...Show More Summary
"Software eating the world" is the basic philosophy behind all of Andreessen Horowitz's investments. But the Silicon Valley VC firm has a few specific areas of tech that are lighting up its radar right now. With $1.5 billion in a new...Show More Summary
In March, we told you that Andreessen Horowitz was targeting $1.5 billion for its fifth and newest fund. This morning, the seven-year-old Sand Hill Road firm is confirming that it has closed on that amount, having secured the capital commitments from its previous investors. Show More Summary
Andreessen Horowitz has closed its long-anticipated Fund V to invest $1.5 billion in startups and tech companies that it sees as helping "software to eat the world."
As the champions of "software is eating the world", Silicon Valley venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz announced Friday that it has closed its latest fund: a whopping $1.5 billion. Founded in 2009 by VCs Marc Andreessen and Ben Horowitz, the venture firm has now grown to more than 125 people. Show More Summary
Kunal Bahl and Rohit Bansal, co-founders of Indian marketplace Snapdeal, recently sat down with the team from venture capital fund Andreessen Horowitz to discuss the e-commerce scene in their country.
Meet Andre de Haes; a 28-year-old with what must be one of the most impressive CVs on the planet. Oxford, MIT, Stanford, Harvard, Goldman, J.P. Morgan, The Boston Consulting Group, McKinsey & Company, Andreessen Horowitz, and Index Ventures can all be found littered across de Haes' CV. Show More Summary