Mitsubishi Corporation is the anchor investor, and other limited partners include Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation, among others.
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Venture firm Andreessen Horowitz put itself on the map with software investing. Now, it plans to take its software-heavy approach to biology and medicine, with a new $200 million fund for the hybrid sector and a former Stanford professor to run it. Vijay Pande, who previously taught chemistry, structural biology… Read more »
Marc Andreessen sees technology startups cashing out in a wave of acquisitions and public stock offerings over the next few years. Andreessen, the co-founder of venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, expects many more M&A deals this year and a stream of IPOs in 2017 and 2018. The pendulum has swung… Read more »
Tech firms betting on public listing than being acquired.
Lightspeed owns 87 million Snap shares about $1.4 billion.
US-based Lytro is an AR/VR and digital cinematography startup.
If somebody was thinking about starting up a company in some place in Asia, there would be no better place than Singapore claims Brijesh Pande, Managing Partner, Tembusu ICT Fund-1 & founder of Pepri Ventures in an interaction. While the city-state has a slew of factors working for its, the city-state’s… Read more »
Slack-integrated chatbot Statsbot has closed a $1.6M seed investment from US VC firms.
Amazon Launchpad, a global programme for start-ups, may be launched in two months
For the first time in its 44-year history, Sequoia Capital, one of the most vaunted venture capital firms in Silicon Valley, has hired a female investing partner for its U.S. operations. She’s the co-founder and chief executive officer of Polyvore, a shopping site for fashion and home decor. Yahoo! Inc. acquired it last year for $230 million.