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A Federal Judge And His Twitter Account: A Cautionary Tale Above The Law Andreessen Horowitz Launches $200M ‘Bio Fund’ To Bridge Gap Between Tech and Biotech MedCity News Oil Outlook Favors Higher Prices Breaking Energy

Andreessen Horowitz unveils new $200M bio-software fund

University and startup veteran Vijay Pande will lead venture firm's bio-software investments.        

VC Firm Andreessen Horowitz Launches $200M Bio Software Fund

Vijay Pande, General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz Menlo Park, CA based venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz is launching a new $200 million fund focused on funding companies software companies in the bio space led by Vijay Pande,...Show More Summary

Apparently experiencing indigestion, software goes from eating the world to healing it

Within five seconds it’s clear that Andreessen Horowitz’s new partner, Vijay Pande, will fit in with the firm in at least three ways: - He believes software is the solution, answer, noun that follows every verb to almost every single one of society’s and the business world’s ills. Show More Summary

Andreessen Horowitz Starts Health Care Fund

The venture capital firm has raised $200 million for a new fund devoted to start-ups at the intersection of biology and software.

A top Silicon Valley VC firm is investing $200M in health software startups

Venture capitalist Marc Andreessen wrote in 2011 that "software is eating the world." Now, his firm Andreessen Horowitz wants software to heal the world. The Silicon Valley venture capital firm announced Wednesday it plans to invest $200 million in software companies involved in biology and healthcare. Show More Summary

Andreessen Horowitz Launches $200 Million Biotech Software Fund Led By New Partner Vijay Pande

Venture firm Andreessen Horowitz has announced a new $200 million fund to invest in biotech software companies, led by Stanford chemistry chair Vijay Pande.

Andreessen Horowitz Launches $200M Bio-Computer Fund, Hires Ex-Stanford Prof

Andreessen Horowitz raised a $200 million fund to invest in startups that combine life science and computer science and has hired a new general partner, former Stanford University professor Vijay Pande, to run it. The firm joins several...Show More Summary

TransferWise’s Taavet Hinrikus To Speak At Disrupt London

He’s back. TransferWise co-founder and CEO Taavet Hinrikus was already on our radar at last year’s Disrupt London, but the startup has been growing nicely since then. After raising $58 million from Andreessen Horowitz and existing investors, the company officially launched in the U.S. That’s why we are excited to announce that Taavet Hinrikus will join us on stage at… Read More

Facebook Board Member Sells 900,000 Shares

Facebook board member and early investor Marc Andreessen has sold more than 900,000 of his shares in the company. Andreessen, a co-founder of early web browser Netscape, runs capital firm Andreessen Horowitz with partner Ben Horowitz. He...Show More Summary

The inside story of TransferWise — London's hottest 'unicorn'

TransferWise became London's highest profile startup in January after it was reportedly valued at $1 billion (£650 million) in a funding round led by Silicon Valley venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz. The $58 million (£37.8 million)...Show More Summary

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Pour yourself some hot Danish Blend in the french press, then settle in for some delightful writing in our longer form weekend reads: • Making Sense of Dell + EMC + VMware (Andreessen Horowitz) • Inside Apple’s perfectionism machineShow More Summary

Inside TransferWise: the $1 billion London startup aiming to become a global giant

TransferWise became London's highest profile startup in January after it was reportedly valued at $1 billion (£650 million) in a funding round led by Silicon Valley venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz. The $58 million (£37.8 million)...Show More Summary

Le Tote’s Clothing Rentals App Lets You Seek Out New Outfits From Your iPhone’s Search Screen

Online shoppers looking to spice up their wardrobe on a more regular basis can now download a new app from Le Tote, a “Netflix-for-clothing” type of service backed by Andreessen Horowitz, Google Ventures and others, which launched to the public this week. From the app, you’ll be able to access Le Tote’s online catalog of over 150,000 pieces of clothing and… Read More

VC Horowitz: I'll bet everything against dotcom-type crash in next 5 years

In case you haven't heard, venture powerhouse Andreessen Horowitz really, really, really doesn't think we are in another dotcom bubble in Silicon Valley. Founding namesake partner Ben Horowitz is the latest to make that clear in comments...Show More Summary

Why this VC who sold his last company for $3 billion asks this unusual interview question

Lars Dalgaard is a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz, one of the largest VC firms in the world. But before stepping into the world of venture capitalism, Dalgaard was a serial entrepreneur who sold his last company, SuccessFactors, for $3 billion to SAP. Show More Summary

Corner Office: Lars Dalgaard: Build Trust by Daring to Show That You’re Human

Lars Dalgaard, general partner at the venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, talks about his parents and his belief in the magic of human beings.

OpenGov Picks Up $25 Million More And Adds Marc Andreessen To The Board

OpenGov announced the close of a refreshingly sized $25 million in Series C financing today. The startup initiative to provide government financial data closed its Series B round of $15 million, led by Andreessen Horowitz a year and a half ago. Show More Summary

What to do when growth stops

Jeff Jordan, partner at Andreessen Horowitz published an article recently on Recode advising CEOs on how to respond when growth slows. His first point is to take it seriously. Very seriously....

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