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Early Facebook investor Marc Andreessen says one of the biggest mistakes that startups make is hiring an HR leader too late
In an interview with tech luminary Elad Gil for his new book "High Growth Handbook," tech investor Marc Andreessen says companies should hire a HR leader when it has somewhere between 50 and 150 employees. There's a reason for that figure.
Andreessen Horowitz’s newest general partner left a lasting impression on Chance the Rapper after she helped him enter the Chinese market
Connie Chan is Andreessen Horowitz's expert on China — both inside and outside of tech.
These are the books that early Facebook investor Marc Andreessen thinks everyone should read right now
Silicon Valley investor and prolific tweeter Marc Andreessen is back on Twitter with a new avatar and a summer reading list. His book recommendations range from "Chasing Hillary" to "Thinking In Bets" to "Slugfest."
This fast-growing startup just got $25 million from Silicon Valley investors to help lawyers everywhere save time and win more cases
Everlaw has raised $25 million from Andreessen Horowitz and says it will continue to invest in artificial intelligence.
Kevin Durant is becoming a big-time Silicon Valley investor — here are the VCs he considers his mentors
Warriors star wing Kevin Durant talked about his personal business strategy in a recent interview with ESPN, and his "mentors" are big-name guys who most techies would kill to have dinner with.
A startup just got $13.5 million to prove small satellites — not Facebook’s drones or Google’s balloons — are the best bet for...
The Astranis MicroGEO satellite will be smaller, faster, and cheaper than its competitors — helping bring the whole world online.
3 Princeton grads just got $133 million from Silicon Valley’s hottest investors for a cryptocurrency that could actually replace money
The cryptocurrency startup Basis has captured the attention of investors like Andreessen Horowitz, GV, and Lightspeed Venture Partners.
Andreessen Horowitz launched its second bio-focused fund to invest $450 million in companies that sit at the intersection of biology and engineering.
While Amazon and Microsoft battle in the cloud wars, this startup quietly built a $175 million business by picking up their slack
DigitalOcean CEO Ben Uretsky says that the company is profitable on an EBITDA basis and growing.
A hot startup is using $12 million from Andreessen Horowitz to pursue a ‘holy grail’ of web technology
Netlify, a startup making it super-easy for programmers to deploy websites, has taken in $12 million.