Just days after SAP announced a cloud reorg, SuccessFactors CEO Lars Dalgaard landed at one of Silicon Valley's leading enterprise VCs.
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Revolution Analytics competes with legacy analytics players such as SAS. By forging a host of Hadoop partnerships, Revolution Analytics is aiming to be a front-end platform for the big data wave.
Silver Lake venture capitalists Adam Grosser and Cathy Zoi talk about a new clean-tech fund they are starting backed by billionaire investor George Soros.
Before commenting on Michael Arrington's yearning for a simpler Silicon Valley life, I'd like to disclose the following:I don't live in Silicon Valley;I always thought you West coasters were a bit off--now I know why (self loathing);A CEO has never cried to me; And everyone whining about a little success should go outside and chill for a few hours--without Twittering, texting, blogging or even talking. OK now that disclosure is out of the way back to your regularly scheduled post.
Updated: Another sign of the technology apocalypse--financial porn is back. Business 2.
Plastic Logic, a Cambridge UK startup, is getting $100 million in venture capital to build plastic electronics on a commercial scale. The facility "will produce flexible active-matrix display modules for 'take anywhere, read anywhere' electronic reader products.
With investors treating many tech stocks like financial lepers, who would blame a CEO for wanting to hide out by taking a company private?
Overstock -- which buys inventory from failed companies and resells it cheap -- says it's become the first pure-play e-tailer to turn a profit.
The static is over. Seven months and two new underwriters later, NetRadio is finally slated to go public this week.
Calico Commerce blasted up 38 3/8 to 52 3/8 in its IPO Thursday. The company, which makes e-commerce software for corporations, priced its 3.