VCJ Cover Story: Networking’s Next Surge

By Joanna Glasner — 3 years ago

Software-defined networking startups are getting plenty of love from venture capitalists and acquirers lately. To deliver the ROI, VCs must navigate a charged investment environment characterized by high valuations and anticipated sales.

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VCJ Cover Story: Remembering 9/11

By Venture Capital Journal — 4 years ago

It’s often said that 9/11 changed everything. No doubt, the horrible events of that awful day altered life in America and the world forever. Ten years later, it’s a question worth asking, even if there is no simple answer: What’s changed since then? VCJ contributor Tom Stein asked that question of several VCs, including Dixon […]

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VCJ Report: The IPO Window is Open

By Venture Capital Journal — 5 years ago

It’s still a matter of fun conjecture as to when Facebook, Groupon, Twitter or Zynga will launch their IPOs. But for now, it doesn’t matter. This year is already turning out to be a good one for VC-backed IPOs. As Mark Boslet, senior editor of Venture Capital Journal, reported in the upcoming May issue: The […]

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VCs Cashing In On Payments Companies

By Venture Capital Journal — 5 years ago

Thanks to a convergence of trends–smartphone penetration, growing virtual goods transactions, short-range wireless technology and a heightened demand for electronic payments worldwide–it is becoming easier for consumers to part with their cash. And VCs are noticing. In the last year, venture firms have invested more than $440 million in companies developing technologies and services tied […]

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