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Venture capitalist Matt Murphy says this year could be even bigger for corporate-software maker.

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Venture capitalist Matt Murphy says this year could be even bigger for corporate-software maker.

Kleiner Perkins to Invest $200 Million in Enterprise Startups This Year

Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers will invest at least $200 million this year in mobile applications and cloud computing services for corporate users, investment partner Matt Murphy said. The Menlo Park, California-based venture capital firm, which boosted its enterprise-technology investments...

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Codecademy co-founder Zach Sims said the site is considering building a career-matching service.

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Codecademy co-founder Zach Sims said the site is considering building a career-matching service.

Codecademy Raises $10M, Sees Job Service as Part of Its Future

  Codecademy, a free website that has taught computer programming to 5 million users, also wants to find them jobs. The New York-based startup, which announced today it raised $10 million in a funding round led by Index Ventures, is...

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Mary Meeker, a partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, speaks at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco in October 2011.

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Mary Meeker, a partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, speaks at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco in October 2011.

LendingClub Brings Another Morgan Stanley Bigwig on Board

  LendingClub, the peer-to-peer Internet lender, has landed another Morgan Stanley heavyweight as part of its push to go from niche to mainstream. The company said today that Mary Meeker, the former Morgan Stanley technology analyst turned venture capitalist, is...

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Frank Quattrone (seen here at a conference in 2010) sparked a debate yesterday about who's to blame for the underwriting "duopoly."

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Frank Quattrone (seen here at a conference in 2010) sparked a debate yesterday about who's to blame for the underwriting "duopoly."

In IPO ‘Duopoly,’ VCs Blame the CEOs Who Blame the VCs

It’s no secret in Silicon Valley that Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs get the hottest IPOs. From LinkedIn, Groupon and Zynga last year to Yelp and Facebook this year, it’s been a two-horse race. The irony is that startups and...

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