Venture Capital Firms: Page 9
The U.S., Europe, China, India and Israel continue to dominate the venture capital game, but a few emerging markets are worth keeping an eye on.
The San Francisco-based company known for the pink mustaches adhered to the front of the cars in its network is looking to close in on its fourth round of fundraising.
How the top venture capital firm had the last laugh -- all the way to the bank.
The cloud-based payroll company plans to hire more employees and extend its reach.
Instead of seeking financing, Ryan Smith spent four years bootstrapping to get his company off the ground. Here's why.
Confidence among West Coast startup investors has reached a level not seen since 2007. For some VCs, though, the level of excitement is something to be cautious about.
Good companies are always desirable, but the level of demand right now is unprecedented.
Entrepreneurs seek venture capital, even though it is financially unattractive. Think twice about jumping in. The water is deep.
There are big differences between venture capital firms on the East and West Coasts. Here's what you need to know to pick the right one.
Ideas are really the easy part of a startup; what VC's are increasingly looking for is the ability to execute.
Women tend to undersell their vision compared to men when pitching VCs, but there's more to successful pitching than a big promise. Here's one CEO's lessons.
VCs and angel investors get a lot of attention, but personal loans and credit, followed by investments from friends and family, are the top funding sources for startups.
The glass ceiling is still very much intact, but entrepreneurs and VCs have the power to close the gender gap. Here's how.