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Masayoshi Son began investing in e-commerce long before people could even spell e-commerce, says Jefferies' Atul Goyal.
Golden Gate Ventures' Jenny Lee and Carousell's Quek Siu Rui talk about about the role of venture capital in the start-up ecosystem in Singapore.
Golden Gate Ventures' Jenny Lee and Carousell's Quek Siu Rui tell CNBC about the role of venture capital in the start-up ecosystem in Singapore.
The presidential campaigns have "blown up" Americans' trust in institutions. That does not bode well for tech, two investors said.
Practo's Shashank ND explains how he's streamlined the process of tracking medical professionals and appointment bookings.
The event provides a glimpse into which startups and industries Goldman finds fascinating, Recode reports.
They may look similar, but the two companies stack up differently in key areas such as users, infrastructure, advertising demand and leadership.
CNBC's Deirdre Bosa reports on the latest sentiment in venture capital investing in Silicon Valley.
Venture capital optimism jumped the most since early 2012 after a handful of technology IPOs showed solid debuts.
IFundWomen.com CEO Karen Cahn discusses how she plans to bridge the gender funding gap for female entrepreneurs.
Silicon Valley has enormous challenges, but a political divide around Peter Thiel isn't one, said Roger McNamee.
Giphy tells the Wall Street Journal it hasn't figured out a way to bring in revenue yet.
Unicorns are less popular but big investors are still holding on to private firms worth $1 billion or more, a new report shows.
Months after Sequoia Capital said the firm wouldn't "lower standards" to hire a woman, the firm has landed one as a partner, Recode reports.
Venture capital (VC) investment into European tech start-ups slumped sharply in the third-quarter due to uncertainty around Brexit.
The jobs lost to technology won't be brought back — so we need to embrace the future, Steve Case, co-founder of AOL, told CNBC.
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