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EA founder raises $6.5 million for children's learning game

The round was led by Greylock Partners, following a previous round led by Andreessen Horowitz.

By February 26, 2014


Mozilla CEO John Lilly to step down and head to Greylock

The well-regarded CEO is preparing to give up his post at the open-source software foundation. A search for his replacement is under way.

By May 11, 2010


Geolocation wars heat up: Gowalla raises $8.4 million

The round was led by Greylock Partners with contributions from a handful of prominent individual investors--some of whom also back competitor Foursquare.

By December 9, 2009


Pandora raises new funds for Net radio business

Greylock Partners leads the round, which totals $35 million according to one report. The funding news follows word of favorable new royalty rates.

By July 13, 2009


Yahoo exec joins two venture firms

Jeff Weiner, formerly executive vice president of Yahoo's network division, will indeed begin working at Accel Partners and Greylock Partners.

By June 16, 2008


Richrelevance nabs $4.2 million for shopping-referral tech

Greylock Partners and Tugboat Ventures invest in recommendation upstart from former Amazon executive.

By April 8, 2008


Greylock begins investments

Venture firm Greylock announced Monday that it has begun investing in Israel and Europe. Greylock, which has offices in Boston and San Mateo, Calif., is making investments in enterprise information and communications companies that are in their early stages of growth. Moshe Mor, a former chief executive with SPL WorldGroup and an Israeli entrepreneur, has been named a Greylock venture partner and will oversee investments for the firm in these two regions. Greylock plans to use a portion of the funds committed to its $1 billion Greylock XI fund for Israeli and European investments.

By September 17, 2001


VC firm Greylock joins billion-dollar club

The venture capital firm closes a $1 billion venture fund, marking the fourth billion-dollar war chest raised this year by venture capitalists.

By April 23, 2001


Mazu Networks picks up $12 million

Mazu Networks raised $12 million in a second round of funding. New investor Pilot Ventures Group led the round, which included participation from the company's first-round investors Greylock, Matrix Partners and Benchmark Capital. Cambridge, Mass.-based Mazu Networks makes network-security software for businesses and will use the new financing to support its sales and product-development activities.

June 5, 2002


T-Networks zips up $30.6 million round

Chipmaker T-Networks completed its second round with $30.6 million in funding, the company announced Monday. Past investors Greylock, Intel Capital, Sequoia Capital, US Venture Partners and Vitesse Semiconductor contributed to the round, along with newcomer TL Ventures. The Allentown, Penn.-based T-Networks will use the financing to beef up its engineering team and to continue developing its products and sales efforts. The company makes indium phosphide chips for optical telecom equipment that can transmit data at 10gbps (gigabits per second) and 40gbps. T-Networks expects to make sales revenue and reach volume production of its chips by the second half of this year. Indium phosphide and silicon germanium chips are less common than silicon dioxide-based chips but have speed advantages for specialized uses such as communications gear.

April 23, 2002