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Andreessen Horowitz is reportedly backing Oculus founder Palmer Luckey’s new border technology startup with $1 billion valuation
Anduril reportedly also has backing from Peter Thiel's Founders Fund but has yet to disclose details of its funding.
Inside the secretive Israeli spyware startup scene, where the notorious NSO Group has spawned a web of companies that hack into devices
NSO Group's founders and alumni have spawned a web of more than a dozen similar startups, many of which operate in secret,
The campsite booking startup announced its $25 million Series B on July 24. Andreessen Horowitz led the round.
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Carta, the startup building a stock exchange for startups, says its own valuation increased nearly $1 billion in five months
Asset management platform Carta raises $300 million from Andreessen Horowitz tied to $1.7 billion valuation months after closing $80 million round
Andreessen Horowitz is launching a $2 billion VC fund for later-stage startups it thinks have ‘unusually big visions’
Andreessen Horowitz launches generalist $2 billion late-stage fund and $750 million early-stage fund focused on consumer, enterprise, and fintech investments.
Slack insiders are set to reap some big paydays when the workplace messaging company goes public.
Andreessen Horowitz, one of Silicon Valley’s most prominent tech investors, is renouncing its status as a venture-capital firm
In an interview with Forbes, Marc Andreessen said that Andreessen Horowitz is moving away from venture capital and toward financial services.
Lyft's IPO is looking like a success — here are the biggest shareholders who stand to make bank.
This Andreessen Horowitz-backed startup is creating technology to bust fraudsters who make up completely fake identities
SentiLink, which creates technology to detect and prevent synthetic fraud, closed $14 million in a series A round led by Andreessen Horowitz.