All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘valuations’

Nextdoor, the Social Network for Neighbors, Now Valued at $1.1 Billion

Nextdoor, the “private social network for you, your neighbors and your community”, just raised enough new funding to make it a billion-dollar company – in valuation, at least. The company has raised $110 million in venture capital from Redpoint Ventures and Insight Venture Partners. This gives the company a $1.1 billion valuation. “None of this would have been possible without …

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Uber Could Soon Be Valued at $40 Billion

Uber could be valued at a staggering $35 to $40 billion after a new round of funding, according to a report. “T. Rowe Price Group Inc. is in discussions to be a new investor, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the details are private. Existing investor Fidelity Investments is also set to participate in the funding, …

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Snapchat’s $10 Billion Valuation ‘Not Absurd’ Says Twitter CEO

Reacting to the news that ephemeral messaging app Snapchat was moving fast toward a $20 million investment from Kleiner Perkins at a $10 billion valuation, Twitter CEO Dick Costolo is defending it – calling it “not absurd.” “Crazy growth, clear monetization path, & one of the best social product thinkers out there,” he tweeted. Snapchat at $10b not absurd. Crazy …

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Snapchat Is Apparently Worth $10 Billion

Snapchat has been reported as the fastest-growing social app. It’s inspired an absolutely pointless ripoff from a huge international company. It’s so popular among teens that it’s making them lose their frickin’ minds. But is it really worth $10 billion? Apparently, according to a new report from Bloomberg. They quote people familiar with the matter who say that Snapchat is …

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Twitter Valued at $11 Billion, IPO Coming in 2014 Says Analyst

Soon after Facebook filed its documents and made its intentions to go public known, people started speculating about when Twitter would take the plunge with their own offering. In a leaked email, Twitter CEO Dick Costolo said that his company didn’t want to be public until they “have very predictable quarterly earnings growth,” and added that Twitter wasn’t “ready to …

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