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Reddit CEO Steve Huffman

Reddit is reportedly raising a new round that could value the cat-obsessed site at $2.7 billion

The social network and popular online forum Reddit is in talks with the Chinese tech company Tencent, according to TechCrunch.
Ali Ghodsi, CEO and co-founder of Databricks

Artificial intelligence startup Databricks is now worth $2.75 billion after raising $250 million from Andreessen Horowitz and Microsoft

Machine learning startup Databricks closed $250 million from Andreessen Horowitz, Microsoft and more. CEO Ali Ghodsi explains how it grew so fast.

This VR startup impressed Andreessen Horowitz so much that the VC firm flew back from Vegas to hammer out a $68 million deal at In-N-Out

Sandbox VR makes virtual-reality experiences combining off-the-shelf hardware, green screens, and custom content. Even Kanye West is a fan.

A Silicon Valley startup that pioneered a new way to fight diabetes is tackling depression after its CEO noticed a disturbing trend

Omada Health told Business Insider it's expanding beyond treating diseases like diabetes and high cholesterol, and is now tackling depression and anxiety.
Angela Strange

This Andreessen Horowitz General Partner talks about the tech companies disrupting the centuries-old insurance industry

Andreessen Horowitz's General Partner Angela Strange spoke about the history of the insurance industry and the tech companies shaping its future.
Justin Kan, Nick Cortes, and Augie Rakow are the cofounders of Atrium.

The 35-year-old creator of Twitch has already launched and sold one startup for $1 billion. And he just raised $65 million from top VC firms, like And...

Justin Kan's new legal startup, Atrium, has raised $65 million in a new round of funding led by Andreessen Horowitz. Kan is perhaps best known as the creator of modern live-streaming with the launch of Twitch, which sold to Amazon for nearly $1 billion.
Marc Andreessen shares his best advice for growing companies in Elad Gil's latest book, "High Growth Handbook."

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.
Marc Andreessen of Andreessen Horowitz.

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."
CEO and founder AJ Shankar

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.