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January 23, 2014 - The Business Journals - Venture deals done and dollars invested in California rose in 2013, according to a new report that shows the state continues to hold a wide lead over the rest of the nation on those fronts. Venture database firm CB Insights reported that VCs did deals in 47 states last year, but the only one with double-digit numbers in deals and dollars was California.
January 22, 2014 - The Business Journals - CNBC is out with a list of 200 innovators, disruptors and business visionaries who have made a huge impact in the last quarter century. What the business cable network wants now is for you to pick 25 of them. Seems like an easy task, but I found it difficult to narrow my choices to only 25. Which female media mogul do I pick: Martha Stewart, Arianna Huffington, or Oprah Winfrey?
January 19, 2014 - The Washington Post - New data show that local venture-capital deals have come roaring back after the economic downturn. Investors pumped $1.54 billion into Washington area companies last year, the largest sum in more than a decade. The figures suggest that venture capitalists may be more bullish on the state of the economy and are loosening their purse strings as a result.
January 21, 2014 - Technical.ly - Different groups and people have made the case that Baltimore city should be the capital for edtech companies and startups. Others — most notably, Governor Martin O’Malley — have said Maryland (and, as part and parcel, Baltimore city) ought to be the cybersecurity “epicenter” of the U.S. Now from Tige Savage: “Baltimore deserves the title adtech epicenter.”
January 14, 2014 - Bloomberg Tv - Banking Getting Disrupted by Upstarts: Steve Case (Bloomberg) -- Former AOL Chairman and CEO Steve Case discusses the banking and finance industries...
January 02, 2014 - TechCrunch - Ask A VC: Revolution Ventures David Golden s Predictions For 2014 In this week s Ask A VC, we sat down with Revolution Ventures DavidGolden...
December 31, 2013 - Wall Street Journal - David Golden, managing partner, Revolution Ventures: A new year typically means resolutions to improve our personal and professional lives – whether we want to eat better, spend more time with our families, increase our productivity or learn a new skill set. As we go into 2014, those of us in the startup world will surely make our own resolutions to make companies more productive and innovative. For those of us providing capital to young companies, here are a few thoughts on resolutions to consider in the New Year:
December 24, 2013 - Forbes - Steve Case: Why Entrepreneurs Will Rebuild The Economy I recently spoke to Steve Case, who is best known as the Co-Founder of America Online.
Washington Business Journal – December 19, 2013 - At Potomac Tech Wire's 2014 Venture Capital Outlook Thursday, five D.C. area venture capitalists were asked to name the most tired phrases of 2013…..Tige Savage, managing partner,Revolution Ventures — "Growth hacking"……..
Washington Post – December 19, 2013 - We’re on a path to being a more vibrant, diversified economy with more entrepreneurial aspects,” said Steve Case, the co-founder of AOL.
December 17, 2013 – Tech Crunch - Golden co-leads Revolution Ventures, the early-stage, technology-focused venture capital arm of Revolution LLC, the investment firm co-founded Aol founder Steve Case.
December 10, 2013 - Mobi Health News - Steve Case cautions digital health entrepreneurs not to build printer drivers Citing his experience at AOL, Co-Founder Steve Case told attendees.