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PitchBook brings company financial data to its mobile app

Finding financial data, particularly for private companies, is no small task. It usually requires a solid BS detector for researching online and a network of knowledgeable sources to bounce numbers off of — not something that can easily be done over coffee or in the middle of a meeting. 384 more words


2017 is the year your startup gets funded

The turn of the calendar is cathartic for entrepreneurs — there’s something about starting a new year that inspires folks to launch a new startup, build a new product or raise capital. 2,044 more words


These Two Universities Have Graduated the Most Venture Capital-Funded Female Startup Founders

Two universities soar above the competition when it comes to producing venture capital-backed female founders.

According to new data released Thursday from PitchBook, a venture capital and private equity research firm, Stanford’s undergraduate program and Harvard Business School have graduated the most venture-capital backed female entrepreneurs out of the top 20 schools for women founders that were analyzed in the study. 437 more words


SharesPost announce that 30% of unicorns will sell or IPO for less than $1B

About 30% of unicorns in the US will sell or IPO for less than $1B, according to investment firm, SharesPost; the findings were extracted from its own proprietary data, along with details from PitchBook and the National Venture Capital Association; the report also suggests the average unicorn has been around for roughly seven years, while firms that IPO have been around for 10 to 11 years.

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It’s a good time to be a venture capitalist

Venture capitalists raised a record amount of money in the second quarter of 2016, according to data from PitchBook. Worldwide, VCs brought in $18.7 billion across 101 funds, up 15% from what they secured in the same period last year. 235 more words