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We talked to 4 VC investors about the hottest trends in payments and the biggest innovations to keep an eye on
We talked to investors at Andreessen Horowitz, Bain Capital Ventures, Citi Ventures, and Insight Partners.
The founder of Superhuman, the $30/month email app that VCs love, says that it’s making big changes to a feature that some thought was like R...
Less than 24 hours after criticism reached a fever pitch, founder Rahul Vohra has committed to making sweeping changes to the popular email app.
This Andreessen Horowitz General Partner discusses the future of home buying and the startups that are turning the ‘broken’ real estate in...
Andreessen Horowitz General Partner Alex Rampell spoke about tech companies that are disrupting the home buying experience.
Meet the startup that’s on a mission to help 100,000 people buy homes in the next 5 years, and recently raised $30 million to do so
Divvy provides alternative financing options for potential home buyers who don't qualify for traditional mortgages.
He sold his last company to Cisco for $635 million. Now, he’s the newest investor with Andreessen Horowitz
OpenDNS founder David Ulevitch has joined Andreessen Horowitz as its newest general partner. Here's how it happened, and what comes next.
Will Smith and Kevin Durant are reportedly backing a brand-new Andreeseen Horowitz fund aimed at black celebrities
Silicon Valley venture firm Andreessen Horowitz has launched a new venture fund backed by black celebrities, according to the Wall Street Journal.
San Francisco’s housing crisis is so bleak, this startup is reinventing homeschooling so teachers can afford to live where they work
In San Francisco's absurd housing market, teachers are struggling to afford to live near where they teach. A startup called Wonderschool is helping preschool teachers stay in San Francisco by providing them with the framework to set up preschools and daycares out of their homes.
Andreessen Horowitz is launching a $300 million fund to invest in crypto — and it hired its first-ever female general partner to lead the effort...
As the price of bitcoin slips to a 2018 low, top Silicon Valley venture firm Andreessen Horowitz shows it's not backing down with the launch of a $300 million venture fund, called a16z crypto, that will invest in cryptocurrency companies and protocols.
Silicon Valley’s newest investor is a guy who raised $3 million to start ¯_(ツ)_/¯ Capital — named after the shrugging emo...
Shrug Capital's fund is backed by influential investors like Founders Fund's Cyan Banister and Andreessen Horowitz's Marc Andreessen and Chris Dixon.
The funding will be used for expansion to Asia and India.