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Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
San Francisco, US
Founded
2006
Size (employees)
138 (est)-3%
VentureBeat was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Key People/Management at VentureBeat

Matt Marshall

Matt Marshall

Founder, Editor
Dean Takahashi

Dean Takahashi

Lead Writer for Gamesbeat
Jeffrey Grubb

Jeffrey Grubb

Writer
Barry Levine

Barry Levine

Senior Writer
Chris O'Brien

Chris O'Brien

European Correspondent
Jordan Novet

Jordan Novet

Staff Writer
Ruth Reader

Ruth Reader

Reporter
Paul Sawers

Paul Sawers

European Correspondent
Mark Sullivan

Mark Sullivan

Writer
Harrison Weber

Harrison Weber

News Editor
Jason Wilson

Jason Wilson

Managing Editor, GamesBeat

VentureBeat Office Locations

VentureBeat has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
22 Battery Street

VentureBeat Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2006

Total Funding

$3.6 m

Latest funding size

$3.3 m

Time since last funding

over 3 years

Investors

VentureBeat's latest funding round in July 2014 was reported to be $3.3 m. In total, VentureBeat has raised $3.6 m

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Steve Case looks to buoy the Rust Belt with latest ‘Rise of the Rest’ tour

If Steve Case has his way, the next generation of workers will know the Upper Midwest not as the Rust Belt, but the Startup Belt. Today, former AOL cofounder Case kicked off the sixth iteration of his “Rise of the Rest” tour in the Central Pennsylvania cities of Harrisburg, York, and Lancaster. On e…

What Vitalik Buterin’s new ICO proposal gets wrong

GUEST: Ethereum creator Vitalik Buterin and TrueBit founder Jason Teusch recently proposed a new way to run an ICO. Does it work? Possibly. Is it made for human beings? Therein lies the rub. Here’s the problem they’re attacking: If a token sale is capped, say at $10 million, then a wealthy scalper c…

Central Eastern European startup site 150sec acquired by Colombian incubator

150sec, an online publication covering tech startups in Central and Eastern Europe has been acquired by Espacio, an incubator based in Colombia. No terms were disclosed. 150sec was founded in 2015 by Adrian Pica and Agata Kukwa. Both are global facilitators at Startup Weekend while Pica is a mentor …

Cloudflare ditches surge pricing for DDoS protection

Web security and optimization provider Cloudflare is making it easier for companies to weather the storm that comes when they’re subjected to a distributed denial of service attack. The company announced today that all of its customers won’t be charged extra based on how bad the DDoS attack against …

This is the 18:9, quad-camera Huawei Mate 10 Lite

EXCLUSIVE: In less than a month, Huawei will introduce its fall flagship lineup in the form of at least three large-screen Mate smartphones: Mate 10, Mate 10 Pro, and Mate 10 Lite. Details about the trio have been slowly coming together over the past few weeks, and now — thanks to a person briefed o…

CMO roundtable: Why agile marketing is more profitable (VB Live)

VB LIVE: What if your message was always relevant, and you could continuously optimize for the strongest results and the biggest bang for your buck, but with dramatically reduced risk? Agile marketing can do that for you. Join our upcoming VB Live event to learn how to integrate Agile seamlessly int…
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