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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.
A screenshot of Social Capital's website on August 1, 2018.

One of the hottest VC firms in Silicon Valley has removed the team page from its website after bleeding 7 partners over the summer

The shakeup at Social Capital continues. The young tech investing firm founded by early Facebook executive Chamath Palihapitiya seems to be unraveling amid a wave of departures. The latest defectors are partner Mike Ghaffary and VP of marketing Ashley Mayer.

Tech billionaire Vinod Khosla says he wishes he never bought the beach near his $37 million estate. But he will fight for the rest of his life to keep...

Tech billionaire Vinod Khosla is fighting to make a beach near his $37 million estate off-limits to the public. In an interview with The New York Times, Khosla said he wished he had "never bought the property," but he will continue to fight for his privacy based on "principle."
Arjun Sethi (left), Jonathan Hsu, and Ted Maidenberg left Social Capital to start their own fund, Tribe Capital.

The VCs who defected from ex-Facebook exec Chamath Palihapitiya’s firm have made their first investment as Tribe Capital

Tribe Capital, the new venture firm founded by partners who quit Social Capital en masse, is co-leading a $22.7 million investment into a hot cryptocurrency startup.

Twitter is roasting San Francisco for having a down vest vending machine at its airport, and it’s brutally funny

The vest is the most quintessentially-VC item in a tech investor's wardrobe. San Francisco International Airport is showing it's on trend with a Uniqlo vending machine that dispenses down vests, possibly for "visiting VCs." We rounded up the best tweets about the vest vending machine at SFO.
The vest has become the unofficial uniform for Silicon Valley investors.

Twitter is roasting San Francisco for having a down vest vending machine at its airport, and it’s brutally funny

The vest is the most quintessentially-VC item in a tech investor's wardrobe. San Francisco International Airport is showing it's on trend with a Uniqlo vending machine that dispenses down vests, possibly for "visiting VCs." We rounded up the best tweets about the vest vending machine at SFO.
Julie Lein (left) and Clara Brenner are cofounders and managing partners of Urban Innovation Fund.

A VC who just raised $22 million to invest in startups reveals one thing you should never say to a female investor

Clara Brenner, managing partner of venture capital firm Urban Innovation Fund, says she's tired of reading, "Hey, girls," in emails to her and her female cofounder. While calling women "girls" may not be intended to be patronizing, according to Brenner, words matter in the workplace.
Mark Mahaney

Celebrated Wall Street stock picker Mark Mahaney offers his best tech investing advice: When a company name becomes a verb, it’s time to buy

Celebrated Wall Street stock picker Mark Mahaney says that he hasn't gotten every call right — but a big sign of stock market success is when companies like Google become verbs, instead of just nouns.
Andreessen Horowitz general partners Chris Dixon and Katie Haun.

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.
Chamath Palihapitiya.

Ex-Facebook exec Chamath Palihapitiya’s VC firm just lost 3 partners in 2 weeks, and it signals more changes to come

Social Capital is bleeding top investment partners. The venture firm, run by former early Facebook executive and tech investor Chamath Palihapitiya, has lost three partners in two weeks. Palihapitiya says the firm will shift focus away from new growth opportunities and onto "proven winners."