Venture Capital Firms: Page 10
Entrepreneurs, beware: When a VC firm shuts down, the obligation to deliver a return on the investment rarely goes away.
Read the second part of a series that walks you step-by-step through a venture capital deal.
Despite five consecutive quarterly increases, Silicon Valley confidence still lags behind that seen in 2004, 2005 and 2006.
If you are rejected, don't automatically assume it's your business plan that's the issue. It could be the firm's approach to its fund's investment cycle.
Data Elite wants to fill a need for big data startups that aren't satisfied by generic startup incubators and investment funds. And it has major backers ready to make sure it succeeds.
While the mobile industry had a record-breaking quarter for VC funding, health care was a flop.
Venture capitalists invest approximately $20 billion a year into U.S. companies. Where does the money go? This infographic has the answers.
Billionaire Steve Case shares his plans for Revolution Ventures, which will focus on tech companies outside the proving ground of Silicon Valley.
For our series The Grind, the founder of Travefy offers up advice on securing external capital.
Venture capitalist John Frankel offers up advice on how to meet and pitch investors.
The online platform where investors and startups connect has reportedly raised $24 million in an investment round.
Understanding exactly what investors want before you go into a VC pitch will help ensure you connect with investors and close the deal.
Some entrepreneurs are looking to streamline the potentially onerous process of accrediting investors in accordance with the SEC's new rules on general solicitation.
VC John Frankel of ff Venture Capital wants to answer your big startup questions about raising funds, meeting investors and pitching.