There's been a six-fold increase over last 10 years in rising cities' venture capital, says Steve Case
Steve Case, AOL co-founder and Revolution chairman and CEO, joins 'Squawk on the Street' to discuss tech valuation resets and growth in the tech space. Case also talks about the future of the metaverse, investment opportunities and more.
High Alpha calls itself a venture studio. That's a combination incubator, early-stage investor, and startup consultancy. But it might better be called a venture catapult. Last year, the Indianapolis company showed its Midwestern can-do-ness in the midst of a raging pandemic by flinging out 10 startups--double the number to its credit in 2019. High Alpha did this in part by converting some challenges created by Covid-19 into businesses. "Where we start is with problems," says Kristian Andersen, a High Alpha co-founder. "And 2020 presented no shortage of problems."
With the NCAA’s March Madness underway, AOL co-founder Steve Case offered an investing lesson around one of the companies that stands to see a huge windfall in the coming weeks as millions of sports fans place bets on college hoops. Case, an early backer of sports fantasy and online betting...
AOL co-founder and venture capitalist Steve Case has launched another blank-check company with a goal to raise up to $287.5 million according to Securities and Exchange Commission filings. Revolution Acceleration Acquisition Corp II. launches just days after Case's first special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), Revolution Acceleration Acquisition Corp., struck an...
In Warren Buffett's annual shareholder letter, the Oracle of Omaha made it clear that he is betting on America, and not just the innovation hubs on either coast. Steve Case, chairman and CEO of Revolution, joined "Squawk Box" on Tuesday to discuss Revolution's Rise of the Rest Seed Fund, which is an initiative to support entrepreneurs in burgeoning startup ecosystems across the country.
The co-founder of AOL and current investor through Washington, D.C.-based Revolution Ventures returned to the Triangle last week – at least virtually – to help answer a question: Why invest in Triangle startups?. © 2021 American City Business Journals. All rights reserved. Use of and/or registration on any portion of...
Steve Case, Triangle execs going to Clubhouse to discuss ‘Why you should invest in Raleigh-Durham startups’
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – Thought leaders from the Triangle, AOL founder Steve Case amd other investors are going to the increasingly popular Clubhouse to spread the message about investing in the region. Less than a month ago, Andrew Chen penned an article on the Andreessen Horowitz blog post announcing that...