KMR - 25.04.12 08:01 He’s not a household name like Gates, Jobs, or Zuckerberg. His face isn’t known to millions. But during his remarkable 20-year career, no one has done more than Marc Andreessen to change the way we communicate. At 22, he invented Mosaic, the first graphical web browser—an innovation that is perhaps more responsible than any other for popularizing... mehr bei wired.com
KMR - 20.12.11 22:25 From where he stands, as the guy who co-founded Netscape Communications and now co-runs the powerful Silicon Valley venture firm Andreessen Horowitz, no industry is safe from software. Or, as Andreessen put it in a much-discussed piece he wrote for The Wall Street Journal, "Software is eating the world. mehr bei news.cnet.com
KMR - 01.10.11 15:48 “SOFTWARE is eating the world,” proclaims Marc Andreessen, the 40-year-old co-founder of Andreessen Horowitz, a venture-capital firm in Silicon Valley that has leapt to prominence since he set it up in mid-2009 with his partner, Ben Horowitz. That alimentary analogy is shorthand, in Andreessen-speak, for the phenomenon in which industry after... mehr bei economist.com
KMR - 02.08.11 20:24 According to multiple sources close to the situation, Ning has been talking to a large pool of companies about selling itself recently, including Google and Groupon, as well as to a number of private equity companies.
Interest has been both incoming to and outgoing from Ning. mehr bei allthingsd.com
KMR - 10.05.11 17:52 I guess it’s finally time to declare that Marc Andreessen’s bruising and life-altering battle with Microsoft is officially over.
That would be $8.5 billion over.
From the software giant anti-trusting his first company, Netscape Communications, into oblivion to the software giant paying up to buy Skype today, it is tech’s version of karma. mehr bei kara.allthingsd.com
KMR - 10.05.11 16:59 As a newly minted venture capitalist, Marc Andreessen, co-founder of Netscape, aimed for nothing less than big. "Whale" size, as he puts it. Like other investors here, he'd been eying Web companies with explosive growth and global star power. But acquiring shares in tech titans like Facebook is tricky. mehr bei online.wsj.com
flowerenterprises - 22.12.10 23:27
RockMelt ist ein Browser, welcher auf Google Chrome aufbaut, aber um einige Innovationen erweitert wurde und vor allem die native Integration von Facebook und Twitter sind auffällig, auch wenn das an den Browser Flock erinnert. (Inklusive Einladungen für die geschlossene Beta.)
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KMR - 03.11.10 17:05
As BoomTown wrote recently, Andreessen Horowitz finally officially announced a new investment fund it had been raising.
The high-profile entrepreneur-led venture firm pulled in $650 million from its existing limited partners, as well as some new ones. mehr bei kara.allthingsd.com
KMR - 06.03.10 22:04
Marc Andreessen's advice for old media companies: “Burn the boats.”
Yesterday, Andreessen was in New York City and we met up. We got to talking about how media companies are handling the digital disruption of the Internet when he brought up the Cortes analogy. mehr bei techcrunch.com
KMR - 07.11.09 00:12
Netscape founder Marc Andreessen heads a group that takes a majority interest in Internet phone service provider Skype. $2 billion dollar deal. HP, eBay,
- Skype added 40 million new registered users in the last three months.
- Skype did $185 million in revenue last quarter. mehr bei techstartups.blogspot.com