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"That’s the kind of entrepreneurs that we like to back.”
Venture capitalists and investors—including Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin—at the Converge technology conference said despite some challenges, Southeast Asia is an exciting and vibrant place for startups.
Eduardo Saverin — yes, that Eduardo Saverin of Facebook fame — is already a prominent investor in Asia’s tech scene, but his profile and spending is about to increase significantly after a new fund he is running made its first close. Read More
A venture-capital firm launched last year by Facebook Inc. co-founder Eduardo Saverin and a partner has closed its first fund, raising $143.6 million, according to a regulatory filing Thursday.
ON THE WEB Jumio Wins Court Approval of Sale to Centana - Wall St. Journal - "Jumio chose Centana’s $850,000 offer over a much larger offer from Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin, which the company’s shareholders vehemently opposed."...Show More Summary
“You think you know me, don’t you?” Sean Parker asks Eduardo Saverin towards the end of The Social Network. (...)
"I grew up quite nerdy and wasn't the most popular guy in school. But I was incredibly impassioned to change the world around me. I have an optimistic view of the world, I don't want to just sit back and watch. Any problems around me that I see, I try [...]
Jumio Inc. won court permission to tap part of a $3.7 million bankruptcy lifeline from Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin.
Jumio, a venture-backed identity verification business, filed for bankruptcy with a plan to sell itself to Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin.
Jumio, the Andreessen Horowitz-funded mobile and online credentials authentication business, whose technology can scan and read information from payment cards and IDs, says that its U.S. business has begun voluntary Chapter 11 proceedings in the U.S. Show More Summary
Jumio, an identity-verification startup we first covered way back in 2011, has agreed to sell the majority of its assets to a new company set up by backer and Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin as part of a bankruptcy procedure. Jumio launched initially in October 2011 as a way for retailers to verify ID and accept […]
The BI Intelligence Content Marketing Team covers news & research we think you would find valuable. Indian e-commerce site Hopscotch has secured $13 million in a Series C round of investing led by Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin. Saverin...Show More Summary
Hopscotch, an India-based e-commerce service focused on mums and founded by a former Diapers.com executive, has closed a $13 million Series C round led by Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin. Read More
Purch just announced that it has acquired ShopSavvy, the mobile shopping startup backed by Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin. Purch was formerly known as TechMediaNetwork and operates sites including Tom’s Guide and AnandTech. TheShow More Summary
If you had hoped to nab another Facebook co-founder after Mark Zuckerberg took the plunge, you just lost your final chance. Eduardo Saverin has confirmed (on Facebook, naturally) that he married Elaine Andriejanssen on June 27. "I am incredibly happy and thankful to have married the love of my life,...
The Brazilian-born billionaire tied the knot in June
Prolific startup investor Eduardo Saverin places yet another bet on the Asian tech community.
It seems that Facebook co-founder and billionaire Eduardo Saverin is putting the money he saved by denouncing his US citizenship to use in an elaborate multi-million dollar wedding to Miss Singapore Universe 2009 Rachel Kum. Saverin was highly criticized for denouncing his US citizenship in what many considered a financial move. Show More Summary
You know Mark Zuckerberg, and if you've seen The Social Network, you're familiar with Eduardo Saverin. Then there's Dustin Moskovitz, as well as Chris Hughes, owner of the New Republic. But the fifth figure in the birth of Facebook isn't listed on its founders page, even if Wikipedia calls him...