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Red Swan Ventures, a seed stage firm launched by the founder of men's clothing company Bonobos, is raising its third fund, according to an SEC filing.
HootSuite raises a stunning $165 million to speed the growth of its social media monitoring platform. Bloomberg's new cover story asks: "Can Marissa Mayer Save Yahoo?" And condoms, iPads, and toilet paper: A day in the life of an Ebay Now deliveryman. And more!
When people combine the words “Silicon Valley” with “mafia,” usually the company “PayPal” follows soon after. But there’s another super-connected group whose influence is growing within certain ecosystems of startups: professional recruiters who are working more closely than ever with VCs, including as in-house partners.
How Vice hacked Google Glass to tell crisis stories. Larry Ellison's new Malibu restaurant Nikita -- named after Ellison's "current" girlfriend --is booking tables weeks in advance. And Wi-Fi camera company DropCam grabs $30 million from a heavy-hitting lineup of investors. And more!
Fourteen months after its IPO, Facebook's shares are trading near their debut price. Will video kill the B-school admissions essay? Slow-motion video is taking over the Internet; here's why. And more!
Plenty of hedge fund managers have dipped a toe into the venture business in recent years. A Boston-based group is taking things a massive step further, though. Altimeter Capital – an investment firm that has raised roughly $310 million since 2008 to take long and short positions in mostly public travel companies -- is raising a $75 million venture fund, according to a new Form D filed with the SEC.
Confessions of a Google Glass explorer. How the tech elite spend their vacations. Dealbook profiles Brentwood Associates. And so much more!
A reporter figures out how to see and control all the smart devices in a complete stranger's home. Zynga shares sink nearly 20 percent, as investors absorb its latest news. And the New Yorker's perfect cover, featuring Anthony Weiner. And more!
Zynga abandons real-money gaming efforts in the U.S. Robots are stealing your restaurant reservations. Five alleged hackers are charged in the largest cybercrime credit scheme in U.S. history. And poor Pippa Middleton. And much more!
Everything you could hope to learn about Facebook's earnings call today. Google shows off a new tablet. And will little George Alexander Louis be named "Alex" at home? Click through to find out!

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