The top VC shares his favorite books via Twitter.
SAN FRANCISCO—At a conference this week, Marc Andreessen spoke for many across the tech industry when asked why he isn’t supporting Donald Trump. “Is that a serious question?” he deadpanned, to ripples of audience laughter at the Bloomberg...Show More Summary
SAN FRANCISCO—At the Bloomberg Technology Conference Tuesday, Marc Andreessen shrugged off talk of a Silicon Valley downturn, stressing that “good companies are getting funded, good products are doing very well, and markets are muchShow More Summary
The co-founder of VC firm Andreessen Horowitz says the M&A and IPO market will surge in the coming months.
When Bloomberg's Emily Chang asked all-star investor Marc Andreessen in an onstage interview why he was voting for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump in the US presidential election, he paused, and then answered with a question. "Is that...Show More Summary
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
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
Marc Andreessen penned his famous “Why Software Is Eating the World” essay five years ago. Today, the idea that “every company needs to become a software company” is considered almost a cliché. But while the inclination to not be “disrupted” by startups or competitors is useful, it’s also not exactly practical. Read More
The next future is always around the corner according to multimillionaire entrepreneur and investor.
Book list: Books that Marc Andreessen recommends including The Song Machine: Inside the Hit Factory by John Seabrook. (Quartz)
Famed venture capitalist Marc Andreessen is known for doing lots of things; he invented the first graphical web interface, he said software is eating the world, and his motto is that he has ‘strong opinions loosely held’ – which I dig. We all ought to be able to change our mind when new information arrives. And […]
Marc Andreessen has two words of advice to startups: Raise prices. In a recent interview, "The 4-hour Workweek" author and tech investor Tim Ferriss asked Andreessen what words he would put on a billboard to reach the greatest number...Show More Summary
Tech VCs optimistic artificial intelligence can do many things -- but not tech vc; that, evidently, involves complicated human interactions.
“Raise prices.” – Marc Andreessen Marc Andreessen (@pmarca) is a legendary figure in Silicon Valley — and worldwide. Even in the epicenter of tech, it’s hard to find a more fascinating icon. Marc co-created the highly influential Mosaic Internet browser, the first widely used graphical web browser. He also co-founded Netscape, which later sold to […]
SILICON VALLEY—Peter Thiel's acknowledgement and explanation for financially backing a lawsuit that could put Gawker Media out of business unleashed a torrent of reaction Thursday, some praising him for taking on a "bully" publisherShow More Summary
I stumbled on this brilliant video of an after-hours startup funding event at the Stanford business school, a panel discussion putting two of the best-known, most influential, and most successful investors (Marc Andreessen and Ron Conway)...Show More Summary
Some are questioning if the "Move Fast and Break Things" motto of Silicon Valley may be going too far. In the past six months, startups have come under fire for moving fast and breaking government regulations. Zenefits, an Andreessen...Show More Summary
Is Marc Andreessen ever coming back to Twitter? During his relatively short Twitter career, Andreessen Horowitz co-founder (and Pando investor) Marc Andreessen became renowned for his “tweet storms”: Multi-tweet tirades about Stagnation Theory the State of Bitcoin and… uh... Show More Summary
Marc Andreessen hasn't tweeted since a very public faux pas led to a public reprimand from Mark Zuckerberg and a "social media vacation." In less than two weeks, three VC firms have moved ahead of his own to be Twitter's new noisiest investors in the room.
Co-authored by Lillian Ablon, cybersecurity and emerging technologies researcher at the RAND Corporation Marc Andreessen famously said that "software is eating the world." But with an estimated 4.9 billion Internet-connected things currently...Show More Summary