Enterprise Mobility Upstart AirWatch Adds $25M From Accel To Take Its Series A Total To $225M, As It Preps For Acquisitions
Enterprise Mobility Upstart AirWatch Adds $25M From Accel To Take Its Series A Total To $225M, As It Preps For Acquisitions
                                       

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Venture capitalist Jim Breyer is giving up his seat on Facebook’s board in June, which he’s held since April 2005. The split is amicable, and stems from his desire to concentrate on his new board seat with the Harvard University Corporation Board. Breyer joined the Facebook board after his venture...
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Finnish game-maker Supercell has confirmed that it raised a $130 million in secondary funding, led by Index Ventures, back in February. The deal values the 100-man startup at $770 million, and is a remarkable feat considering that it has just two games on Apple’s iOS platform. News of a large round had...
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Accel London closes $475m fund, bringing total under management for EU and Israel to $2b

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Global VC firm Accel Partners today announced the inaugural and final close of Accel London IV, a $475 million fund focused on Europe and Israel. The fundraising brings Accel’s total funds under management for the region(s) up to $2 billion. In a press release, Accel Partners boasts that the fund...
Accel London closes $475m fund, bringing total under management for EU and Israel to $2b
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