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The largest venture-capital fund in Silicon Valley history has raised a whopping $6 billion to take on global competitors
Sequoia Capital has raised $6 billion to take on SoftBank. It's the largest fund in Silicon Valley's history.
Tech investors are throwing money behind Front, a five-year-old startup that aims to change the way teams get work done. Front CEO Mathilde Collin shared the pitch deck she used to raise venture with us, to show how Silicon Valley startups win over investors.
A star Silicon Valley investor who sold her startup for $200 million reveals the jarring tactic she had to use to make men pay attention to her pitche...
Sequoia partner Jess Lee developed an effective strategy to shake her nerves while raising money from venture capitalists for her startup, Polyvore.
Snowflake’s CEO shares how he get got a $1.5 billion valuation from Sequoia Capital just four years out of stealth mode
Microsoft veteran Bob Muglia shares why he's not rushing into China, and what he sees for the future of cloud computing.
Silicon Valley VCs are reportedly lining up to invest in Telegram, the messaging app beloved by crypto traders and criticised by Theresa May
Telegram, which claims to have 170 million monthly users, is currently looking to raise $1.2 billion.
An influential Silicon Valley investor said that talking about paternity leave is a sign that society is becoming ‘unhinged’
Michael Moritz thinks working 14-hour days and weekends signals a great work ethic.
Sequoia is reportedly raising a new $6 billion fund in response to SoftBank's $100 billion mega-fund.
A Sequoia Capital partner explains why he’s not scared of blockchain startups and how it’s changing the VC business
Despite fears of a bitcoin bubble, Sequoia's Matt Huang thinks cryptocurrencies and blockchain startups have big potential — and he's investing millions.
The company is worth $1.5 billion just months after overcoming hurdles from the US Food and Drug Administration.
The San Francisco-based website raised $200 million from a group of big-name Silicon Valley investors.