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Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
San Francisco, US
Founded
2006
Size (employees)
139 (est)
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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Silicon Valley money isn’t enough to create new tech hubs

ANALYSIS: When Carisa Miklusak launched AI-enabled staffing platform Tilr two years ago, she and her two cofounders decided on Cincinnati, Ohio as their company’s headquarters, thanks to the city’s large concentration of Fortune 500 companies. The decision was met with skepticism by some of her frie…

Is AI a culture?

SPONSORED: Presented by Nvidia If culture is a set of beliefs and behaviors that people pass from one generation to another, then is artificial intelligence becoming one? AI is certainly changing how people think about and interact with technology. Talking to your phone and expecting an intelligent …

The first blockchain smartphone will come preloaded with mobile Ethereum client Status

EXCLUSIVE: Blockchain technologies aren’t limited to the virtual world. The foundation of decentralized cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum is also being applied to hardware products. Sirin Labs — the company that created the $14,000 Solarin smartphone — earlier this year announced a smart…

How fraud allegations against Outcome Health could impact the Chicago startup community

ANALYSIS: Chicago medical ad startup Outcome Health has been hit with a string of potentially company-crushing headlines this past month: First, it was the subject of a Wall Street Journal investigation claiming that Outcome Health provided clients with inflated ad performance data. Then prominent i…

Small businesses reap the benefit of AI and QuickBooks’ far-reaching product vision

SPONSORED: Presented by Intuit Major advances in artificial intelligence and machine learning have dominated headlines over the past year. It is obvious why large corporations, with their huge customer bases and vast data warehouses, are excited. It’s been less clear how this technology will impact …

Chicago unicorn Outcome Health sued by investors over fraud allegations

After raising a nearly $500 million round from high-profile investors in May, Chicago ad startup Outcome Health and its two founders are now being sued by investors who allege that the company presented them with “fraudulent and false information.” Founded in 2006 by CEO Rishi Shah and Shradha Agarw…
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