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He cofounded Netscape, then helped launch one of Silicon Valley's premier firms. Now Marc Andreessen reveals what he likes in leaders. Box, Fab, Facebook, Foursquare, Skype, Twitter. You wouldn't blow too many minds if you said that Andreessen Horowitz has good taste in investments. Show More Summary
Don't expect a game changing tech initial public offering anytime soon. Private tech companies are steering clear of going public as long as they can manage, said Marc Andreessen, the co-founder of the venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, on CNBC's "Closing Bell" Monday. Show More Summary
Marc Andreessen and Peter Thiel will pretty much debate anyone, anytime, anywhere about most anything. They’re both frighteningly good at it. It’s not fun to be on the other side of the barrage of obscure facts and rhetorical tricks both can easily employ. So, The Milken Institute decided to sick them on one another. At an event earlier this week,...
The two famed VCs hash out the current state of innovation in technology at the Milken Institute. Is technological innovation accelerating or on the decline? Marc Andreessen, founding partner of Andreessen Horowitz, and Peter Thiel, co-founder of PayPal and Founders Fund, batted around the question in a Milken Institute panel discussion Monday. Show More Summary
Bloomberg recently TV interviewed Marc Andreessen, the guy who’s famous for co-founding Netscape and currently works as a VC at his own Silicon Valley VC shop, Andreessen Horowitz. Towards the end of the interview, he was asked what’s big for 2013. Show More Summary
Venture capitalist Marc Andreessen is a Silicon Valley golden boy, and a bona fide visionary by any definition. If he has a black mark to his name, it's this: he's been on HP's board of directors since 2009. That means he's been there...Show More Summary
Marc Andreessen is clearly blown away by Google Glass and is ready to fund some awesome Glass startups. He's called Google's new wearable computing device "magical." It's not just a fancy gadget, Glass is going to be a game changer for certain industries like health care, the cofounder of Andreessen Horowitz said in an interview on Bloomberg West. Show More Summary
As a member of the Glass Collective, which looks to fund startups that build apps for Google Glass, Valley-famous venture capital giant Marc Andreessen clearly thinks wearable devices are a growth market. The Andreessen Horowitz co-founder...Show More Summary
Google Glass is continuing to amaze people in the tech industry. Andreessen Horowitz co-founder Marc Andreessen thinks it could potentially transform the entire industry, he said yesterday at a keynote presentation at the she++ conference. Show More Summary
Marc Andreessen, co-founder and general partner of Andreessen Horowitz, spoke at the she++ conference last Saturday, discussing women in tech, his favorite new technology, and his thoughts on startup culture. The video is above and you can read highlights of his keynote here. Show More Summary
Marc Andreessen and Mike Schroepfer delivered keynote addresses today at the she++ conference, sharing their thoughts on women in technology and growing the pool of talented engineers. “If we’re building technology that the whole population...Show More Summary
Marc Andreessen, co-founder and general partner of Andreessen Horowitz, delivered a keynote speech at the she++ conference today, sharing what technology is exciting him right now, what he thinks about current startup culture, and how...Show More Summary
How the founder of Netscape gets things done.
The desktop is not dead. Web company RockMelt is debuting, not the latest tablet software, or a new mobile app (though they have refreshed their mobile offering), but a website.
Google Ventures, Marc Andreessen form new fund just for Glass applications.
Venture capitalist Marc Andreessen of Andreessen Horowitz just announced that the firm is teaming up with Kleiner Perkins and Google Ventures to fund a new generation of startups building apps for Google's computerized glasses, Google Glass. Show More Summary
Sephora execs may have heard Silicon Valley veteran Marc Andreessen predicting the death of traditional retailers earlier this year. But with its leadership in digital and mobile technology, Sephora's future is bright.
Since Facebook’s IPO, Marc Andreessen has maintained that the public market’s treatment of tech companies is dismal. “Depression” and “undervalued” are two other words he’s used. To be sure, the last year has not been kind to the share prices of the country’s (once) hottest consumer Internet companies. Prior to their IPO’s, Groupon, Zynga, Pandora, and Facebook were...
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, Robert Kahn, Vinton Cerf, Louis Pouzin and Marc Andreessen win Queen Elizabeth prize for engineering the foundations of today's web.