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  1. Unruly's Second Opinion on Top 10 Social Video Trends for 2014

    The World Cup in 2014 is a huge opportunity for brands hoping to make it big in Brazil, which was recently dubbed by The Wall Street Journal as the "social media capital of the universe". It's the social media capital of the universe (according to...

  2. Focus on Who, What and How Before Crowdfunding Your Project

    SEW talked with Gary Gagnon about the challenges of raising capital AND going to market at the same time. Crowdfunding is a proven way to raise capital and go-to-market at the same time. However, to successfully raise capital and bring a new...

  3. Unruly Unveils Brand Tracker Interactive Infographic for London Olympics

    In January 2012, Unruly announced a $25 million (£16 million) Series A investment from Amadeus Capital Partners, Van den Ende the largest ever for a private company in the social video space. Unruly Media, the leading social video platform...

  4. New Solar Investment Brings Google's Clean Energy Portfolio to Nearly $1B

    Recurrent Energy is also providing a portion of the capital for the project. The solar farms being built house large-scale solar PV power plants, which Google's announcement of the investment describes as being able to "generate energy for the grid...

  5. Ouch! Microsoft's Latest Bid for Yahoo Half of 2008 Offer

    Silver Lake, working with Microsoft Corp.venture-capital firm Andreessen Horowitz and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, offered to buy convertible preferred securities equal to a 10 percent to 15 percent stake for as much as $3 billion, said...

  6. Microsoft's Yahoo Bid May Have the Right Stuff

    The Silver Lake consortium also includes venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz. As the co-founder of Andreessen Horowitz he knows a good investment and has great contacts in the online space - other boards he sits on include eBay, Hewlett...

  7. Google Ventures Quietly Invests in Collaborative Toolset for Scientists

    Google Ventures, the venture capital arm of the search giant, has stealthily invested in the startup. Google's Ninja-Like Investment Unlike some investments, which receive fanfare and dance parties, Google's investment in Wingu was done very quietly.