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Kabam establishes $50 million fund for Japan game developers

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Kabam, the San Francisco-based online game company, recently announced that it has established a $50 million dollar fund dedicated to helping Japanese developers bring their games to Western markets. Wall Street Journal reports that the fund will provide resources for marketing, analytics, and localization. Kabam has been one of the fastest-growing...
Kabam establishes $50 million fund for Japan game developers
Sequoia Capital is raising funds again

Yuri Milner Is Freed From Mail.ru Board To Take Care Of Business

techcrunch.com
The news is out today that Yuri Milner has stepped down from the role of Chairman of Mail.ru and from the Board of Directors. But this is more interesting than the bare facts would suggest. Mail.ru is through the phase change of its IPO and now CEO Dmitry Grishin will...
Yuri Milner Is Freed From Mail.ru Board To Take Care Of Business

Will NRG Energy be the next ten ton gorilla in solar leases?

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NRG Energy, one of the most aggressive power companies to invest in solar projects, is considering getting into offering leases for solar panel roof systems for home owners and businesses. NRG Energy’s CEO David Crane tells Bloomberg that it is something that they’re “looking at in a very serious way,”...
Will NRG Energy be the next ten ton gorilla in solar leases?

DST Is Wildly Successful – So Why Does It Have To Offer LPs Discounted Fees And Cheap Facebook Stock?

www.businessinsider.com
Over the past three years, Russian investment firm DST made a series of huge bets in tech that quickly paid off brilliantly. It invested hundreds of millions of dollars into Zynga, Groupon, and Facebook and valuations that now look cheap. DST investors have to be thrilled. Given that, here's...
DST Is Wildly Successful – So Why Does It Have To Offer LPs Discounted Fees And Cheap Facebook Stock?

PandoMonthly presents: A fireside chat with Chris Sacca

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PandoMonthly is back in Los Angeles for its once-quarterly event, and tonight’s guest is Chris Sacca, a former Googler and the head of Lowercase Capital, which has invested in startups like Instagram, Twitter, Kickstarter, and Uber. Sacca’s been a little quiet for a while (if you count building a billion-dollar...
PandoMonthly presents: A fireside chat with Chris Sacca

The Kickstarter for solar could make you money starting this Summer

gigaom.com
When I first wrote about Solar Mosaic, a startup that’s been building a kind of Kickstarter around funding solar roofs, I was excited about their idea of leveraging crowd-funding to offset the large costs of solar rooftop installations. But the company is only just about to launch the truly disruptive...
The Kickstarter for solar could make you money starting this Summer

Thoughts on China's Startup Ecosystem

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It’s hard to decide on where to start when it comes to discussing the sprawling, complicated, tangled but enticing mess that is China’s tech startup ecosystem, so I’m just going to go straight to the money. For all its recent economic problems, China is still a country full of...
Thoughts on China's Startup Ecosystem

Get your tickets for PandoMonthly NYC with Spotify's Daniel Ek now

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Next week, PandoMonthly is coming back to New York, and we have one of our most anticipated guests of the entire 2012 lineup. Given we’ve already brought you candid conversations with Elon Musk, Peter Thiel, Mark Pincus, and many more moguls, that’s saying something. (If you live in LA, don’t...
Get your tickets for PandoMonthly NYC with Spotify's Daniel Ek now
Get your tickets for PandoMonthly NYC with Forbes chief Lewis DVorkin
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