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Amazon's new Launchpad shows off stuff from startups

The storefront illustrates Amazon's continued hunt to offer up different products than its competition.

By July 28, 2015

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Zuckerberg is world's best CEO, Twitter the eighth wonder, says Marc Andreessen

The venture capitalist has been tweeting up a storm, sharing his thoughts on everything from startups to activist shareholders. In an exclusive interview, Andreessen offers his take on the Apple Watch, bitcoin and dot-com blunders.

By October 7, 2014

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Marc Andreessen on two ways startups shouldn't spend money

The famed VC says too many tech firms spend their money unwisely. CNET News Editor-in-Chief Connie Guglielmo talks with Andreessen about where Silicon Valley goes from here.

By October 3, 2014

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Andreessen Horowitz invests $50M in BuzzFeed

The viral content site plans to expand its international and video reach. Chris Dixon, general partner at the Silicon Valley venture capital firm, joins as part of the deal.

By August 10, 2014

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Reddit's revolving door swings again as head of community departs

Jessica Moreno has become the latest in a growing number of women to leave Reddit in the last several weeks, as the company looks to pivot on its content policy.

By July 28, 2015

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Andreessen Horowitz makes $90M investment in Tanium

Investment is the first VC infusion in the enterprise management startup since its founding in 2007.

By June 22, 2014

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Reddit CEO's Ask Me Anything session doesn't quite live up to its billing

Steve Huffman, the latest chief of the social news site, skirted a few issues Reddit fans and foes are keen to know more about.

By July 16, 2015

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Edward Snowden is 'a textbook traitor,' Andreessen says

The venture capitalist also has harsh words for the Obama administration, accusing the White House of "letting the American tech industry out to dry."

By June 5, 2014

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Welcome to the new Reddit, watch your mouth and stop complaining

Reddit's new CEO is cracking down on the type of posts published on the popular social news site. No longer allowed: private data, or anything that incites violence.

By July 16, 2015

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Prepare for the Reddit-tatorship: New CEO poised to limit free speech

Reddit's co-founder, now CEO, plans to clamp down on offensive posts, but risks further angering the site's users. That should make for a lively "Ask Me Anything" forum Thursday afternoon.

By July 16, 2015