Both businessmen are rich, both tweet trash about rivals; now one is targeting the other with very public personal attacks
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
Facebook shares are off about 2.7% on Monday following news that board member Marc Andreessen has sold about three quarters of his stake in the company over the past two weeks. Andreessen sold 1.5 million Facebook shares, valued around...Show More Summary
Web-browser pioneer and investor Marc Andreessen has sold almost three-quarters of his Facebook stock. ||| New York - Web-browser pioneer and investor Marc Andreessen has sold almost three-quarters of his Facebook stock for about $160...Show More Summary
Marc Andreessen has sold 75% of his holdings in Facebook in just a two week period according to Re/code’s Kurt Wagner. The sell-off was spotted in SEC filings. Andreessen started selling the shares on October 30 via a prearranged trading...Show More Summary
Marc Andreessen has sold a whopping proportion of his Facebook stock in the last two weeks, Re/code's Kurt Wagner points out based on SEC filings. Andreessen's spree started on October 30 and has continued via a prearranged trading plan, amounting to a grand total of 1.5 million shares valued around $160 million. Show More Summary
Mahbod Moghadam was founder of Genius (aka "Rap Genius") the definitive online lyrics/everything annotation platform. He is now cofounder of Everipedia, known as the "Thug Wikipedia". Internet Grand Wizard Marc Andreessen has called Mahbod "The greatest community manager since Caterina Fake of Flickr" - that's real. Show More Summary
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
Andreessen sold more than 900,000 shares of Facebook for more than $90M.
Facebook director Marc Andreessen has sold nearly half his stake in the social network since Oct. 30, securities filings show.
The opening of Amazon.com's first brick-and-mortar store on Tuesday proves that software is not really "eating the world," as venture capitalist Marc Andreessen put it in 2011. In his widely noted Wall Street Journal column about predatory software, Andreessen wrote: "Today, the world's largest...
Marc Andreessen has sold about 15% of his stake in Facebook for $31.9 million, The Wall Street Journal reported. According to an SEC filing, the venture capitalist and Facebook board member sold a total of 309,464 shares in a prearranged trading plan on Friday and Monday. Show More Summary
Facebook Inc. director Marc Andreessen sold roughly 15% of his stake in the social network in recent days, netting nearly $31.9 million, according to a securities filing late Tuesday.
In Silicon Valley, you can't escape bubble talk. On one side of the ring, Benchmark investor Bill Gurley, who was an investor during the dot-com bubble, has been sounding the alarm that companies are over-valued. In a few years, Gurley has predicted we'll have a lot of dead unicorns on our hands. Show More Summary
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For some, the darkest moments of the global financial crisis that started 8 years ago seem like yesterday. But for younger people, it may may seem like more than a lifetime ago. Think about it: there are employees on Wall Street today who probably didn't even have their drivers license when the meltdown came to a head. Show More Summary
OpenGov, aiming to transform how governments analyze and share financial data, has closed an “oversubscribed” $25 million round from top-tier VC firms. The raise values the company north of $100 million, a person familiar with the matter said. Show More Summary
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
It's 2012, so hopefully we're all clear that you can't believe everything you read on the Web. Sometimes, though, a piece of Web BS is so utterly ridiculous that it's worth reading for pure entertainment value. This site claiming that Marc Andreessen is opening a new fund in China is a perfect example. Continue reading ?
Late last month, former Intel CEO and Chairman Andy Grove was given the honor of the 2015 Legendary Leader award at the 5th Annual Churchills. During the event, venture capitalist Ben Horowitz came on stage and played a heartwarmingShow More Summary