Tuesday Apr 15
Khosla's Keith Rabois: Here are the mobile apps I want to invest in
Above: Keith Rabois, right, a venture capitalist at Khosla Ventures, speaks at VentureBeat's Mobile Summit in Sausalito, Calif., on April 15. Like this story? Want to meet the people in it? Come to our fourth annual VentureBeat Mobile Summit April 14-15, for face-to-face discussions with 180 top executives.
Fundbox Raises $17.5M Series A To Bridge Gap Between Invoices For B2B
Unpaid invoices can be a crushing inhibitor to growth for small business. The shortfall in cash flow when businesses don't get paid on time can throw off everything from running payroll, to buying inventory as well as taking up time chasing down bills.
New Ag BioTech Firm BioConsortia Raises $15M In financing
NEW AG BIOTECH FIRM BIOCONSORTIA RAISES $15M IN FINANCING Apr. 7, 2014 Source: BioConsortia news release BioConsortia, Inc., an agricultural biotechnology company that uses a proprietary method for the selection of beneficial microbial consortia for crop improvement, has raised an additional $15 million in Series B funding.
Khosla Ventures' Keith Rabois finally launches his real estate startup
Keith Rabois, the fast-talking Khosla Ventures investor and former Square executive, has been carrying around a big idea for 11 years.
y Combinator's Yc VC may lose the actual VCs
For several years, a group of venture capital firms has committed to invest a pre-determined amount into each startup accepted into the storied Y Combinator incubator program.
Mitsui leads investment in LanzaTech's $60mln Series D
LanzaTech has secured Series D funding led by Mitsui & Co and also new investors Siemens via its venture capital unit and CICC Growth Capital Fund I. Existing investors include Khosla Ventures , Qiming Venture Partners , K1W1 and the Malaysian Life Sciences Capital Fund .
Lanzatech raises $60 million to rid the world of toxic gases
LanzaTech's gas fermentation technology converts toxic carbon monoxide and dioxide emissions into renewable ethanol and butadiene that can be used for the production of nylon, rubber, and other plastics on site at the chemical spewing factories themselves.
As Kior stumbles, it's another cautionary tale for energy innovation
On a foggy spring morning in 2010, at a lodge at the base of the north side of the Golden Gate Bridge, a group of investors, entrepreneurs and members of the media gathered together.
Mighty crops from little microbes grow
BIG POTENTIAL BioDiscovery co-founder Peter Wigley, front, in the laboratory with the new global company executive, Marcus Meadows-Smith.