Greylock Partners

  • Greylock closes $1 billion fund

    Greylock closes $1 billion fund

    Greylock Partners is getting another $1 billion to invest in startups. The long-time venture capital firm is announcing its 15th fund, bringing the total to $3.5 billion currently under management. With 50 years of investing in the books, Greylock has backed industry leaders in the enterprise IT and consumer internet categories, including LinkedIn, Dropbox, Facebook and Airbnb. Their… Read More

  • Reid Hoffman and Josh Elman on where Greylock is (still) shopping

    Reid Hoffman and Josh Elman on where Greylock is (still) shopping

    At Disrupt in San Francisco this morning, in front of a packed audience, Greylock investors Reid Hoffman and Josh Elman talked about some of the trends that they’re tracking in the startup universe. Among them: the opportunity to create technologies that enhance self-driving cars. “It’s clear that self driving revolution is upon us,” said Hoffman. “If you have… Read More

  • How CIOs climb from the back room to the boardroom Crunch Network

    How CIOs climb from the back room to the boardroom

    Today more than ever, technology is transforming how enterprises do business. The IT profession has evolved from being reactionary to proactive, and CIOs now have a seat at the table to drive company strategy. Greylock COO Tom Frangione catches up with Kim Stevenson, Intel COO for the Client and Internet of Things Businesses and Systems Architecture Group, to discuss how startups can sell… Read More

  • Greylock’s Reid Hoffman and Josh Elman will join us at TechCrunch Disrupt SF

    Greylock’s Reid Hoffman and Josh Elman will join us at TechCrunch Disrupt SF

    LinkedIn’s story has come to a close — being acquired by Microsoft for $26.2 billion — and its rise and finale is thanks to a laundry list of people. Two of those who were instrumental to its growth are now investors at Greylock Partners: Josh Elman and Reid Hoffman. We’re really excited to announce that the two of them will be joining us on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt… Read More

  • The art of interviewing 10x engineers Crunch Network

    The art of interviewing 10x engineers

    Greylock Talent Partner Dan Portillo sat down with Twitter Head of Revenue Engineering Wade Chambers to outline the best interview process to attract and retain talent. Read More

  • Open to Open Source

    Being open to open source and creating a new business category at VMWare

    Use of open source at VMWare led to the creation of Open Platform-as-a-Service, an entire new category, which paved the way for the next generation of developer infrastructure companies, like Docker and Mezos, and open source projects from companies like Google. Read More

  • Greylock Partners Brings On Former Uber Exec Michael Pao As EIR

    Greylock Partners Brings On Former Uber Exec Michael Pao As EIR

    Michael Pao, who spent more than four years at the ride-hailing giant Uber, most recently as Head of Product on the company’s growth team, has joined the venture firm Greylock Partners as an entrepreneur-in-residence. Pao is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania who went on to nab an MBA at Harvard. Earlier in his career, he spent a couple of years in corporate development… Read More

  • Rhumbix Wants To Be The Palantir For Construction

    Rhumbix Wants To Be The Palantir For Construction

    Two former Naval Engineers are trying to turn construction management on its head. Stanford Graduate School of Business alumni Zachary Scheel and Drew DeWalt are behind Rhumbix, a company whose product optimizes construction management and labor payment as well as divining best practices out of user data. The company’s platforms is centered on a phone app with different iterations… Read More

  • AppDynamics, A “Unicorn,” Raises Fresh $83.4 Million, And It’s Targeting More

    AppDynamics, A “Unicorn,” Raises Fresh $83.4 Million, And It’s Targeting More

    Looks like investors approve of former Adobe digital chief David Wadhwani. Just weeks after it was announced that Wadhwani has joined seven-year-old, San Francisco-based AppDynamics as its new CEO, an SEC filing shows the company has raised a fresh $83.4 million in funding as part of a round that’s targeting up to $150 million. AppDynamics makes software to monitor the performance… Read More

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