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  • Anthony Taps Andreessen Horowitz to Score Digital Brand

  • Andreessen Horowitz Defends $78 Million Expected From Instagram

    Venture capital fund Andreessen Horowitz says its $250,000 investment in Instagram will be worth about $78 million after social network Facebook Inc. closes its $1 billion purchase of the mobile photo-sharing startup.

  • Twitter CEO Costolo Channels Grove in Management Seminar

    When Twitter Inc. Chief Executive Officer Dick Costolo isn’t traveling abroad or overseeing new products to compete with social-networking rival Facebook Inc., he’s often lecturing employees on the merits of good management.

  • Martoma Prosecutors Bask in Victory Over a Grain of Sand

    I'm old enough to remember when the options backdating scandal was a thing. Even then it seemed like a silly thing, and it has not improved with age.

  • From Rap Genius To Law Genius?

    Nov. 16 (Bloomberg) -- Could a hip hop website give birth to the next go-to website for lawyers? One attorney turned entrepreneur thinks so. MAHBOD MOGHADAM: My name is Mahbod Moghadam and I'm one of the co-founders of RapGenius. I went to Stanford Law School. I graduated in 2008 and I worked at Dewey and LeBouf. After taking Dewey's deferral year, he started Rap Genius with two friends. The site allows anyone to annotate the lyrics of rap songs. MOGHADAM: Anything that's orange has been explained. If you go to a Kanye West song everything is orange. In October, the venture capital firm, Andreessen Horowitz, founded by Marc Andreessen and Ben Horowitz, invested $15 million in the company, and Moghadam set his sights on law. MOGHADAM: Our friendship with Ben Horowitz started because he really likes rap. His nickname, that he came up with for the site, is the Internet Talmud, so he instantly saw the promise of the site for legal analysis. (Source: Bloomberg)

  • Andreessen Horowitz Invests in Software Startup NationBuilder

    NationBuilder, a creator of software for organizing political campaigns and grass-roots movements, received $6.25 million in funding from investors including Andreessen Horowitz.

  • AOL Is Said to Move TechCrunch Founder Arrington to New Role of Investor

    AOL Inc. invested in a new fund for technology startups to be led by Michael Arrington, who will no longer be top editor of AOL’s TechCrunch blog, which he founded, said two people familiar with the plan.

  • Bitcoin Woos Washington to Ensure Lawmakers Don’t Kill It

    Bitcoin advocates entered Washington a year ago with the shadow of a federal criminal investigation cast over the virtual currency industry.

  • Summers Joins Andreessen Horowitz as a Part-Time Adviser to Entrepreneurs

    Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers is joining venture firm Andreessen Horowitz as a special adviser, to help entrepreneurs who are aiming to build their international operations.

  • Andreessen Horowitz Hires Angel Investor Chris Dixon as Partner

    Andreessen Horowitz, the Silicon Valley venture firm that’s raised $2.7 billion in three years, hired Chris Dixon as a general partner, tapping the expansive network of a New York angel investor and two-time entrepreneur.

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