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A group of investors thinks so. The San Francisco start-up lands a $3 million investment from Venrock, Broadcast.com founder Mark Cuban and Friendster founder Jonathan Abrams.
The company's funding has been led by Google Ventures and is based on an $800 million valuation.
Representatives from Pandora and venture capital company note there isn't a single profitable digital music service and they blame high royalties.
The happiness-focused social network hopes to reorient the facets of Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter that some say most foster loneliness and envy. Can it succeed?
Phononic Devices and Alphabet Energy attract investment from VCs and the military for semiconductors that efficiently convert waste heat into electricity.
Applying the venture capital model of IT onto energy isn't working, which is something many clean-tech venture capitalists will learn the hard way, say experts.
Come listen to me blather on about mistakes start-ups make. Trust that I am an expert.
Transonic has an injection system that can accomodate any fuel. Now they want to build an engine.
The deal is a coup for BlogHer because it will give the company the chance to promote content from its network's 2,200 blogs across a range of NBC Web sites, including Oxygen.com and BravoTV.com.
Fusion. It's still alive, and it's drawing money.