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  1. Venture capital

    equity, or an ownership stake, in the companies they invest in. Venture capitalists take on the risk of financing risky start-ups in the hopes that some

  2. Mark Stevens (venture capitalist)

    Mark Stevens (born 1960) is an American billionaire venture capitalist, and a partner at S-Cubed Capital in Menlo Park, California. He was previously with

  3. Robert Duggan (venture capitalist)

    if potentially libelous or harmful. Find sources: "Robert Duggan" venture capitalist – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (July 2018) (Learn how

  4. Peter Fenton (venture capitalist)

    (born July 1972) is an American venture capitalist based in Silicon Valley. He is a general partner at Benchmark, a venture capital firm. Fenton has steadily

  5. Jeff Jordan (venture capitalist)

    Jeff Jordan is an American venture capitalist at the Silicon Valley firm Andreessen Horowitz and the former President and CEO of OpenTable. Jordan graduated

  6. Peter Levine (venture capitalist)

    Peter J. Levine is an American engineering executive and venture capitalist. Levine earned a BS in engineering from Boston University in 1983, and worked

  7. AdVenture Capitalist

    AdVenture Capitalist is a free-to-play incremental video game developed and published by Hyper Hippo Productions. It was first released for Browsers and

  8. Kevin Johnson (venture capitalist)

    a venture capital firm focused on life sciences investments based on the asset-centric approach to investing. He was formerly with Index Ventures, having

  9. Don Valentine

    Thomas Valentine (June 26, 1932 – October 25, 2019) was an American venture capitalist who concentrated mainly on technology companies in the United States

  10. John O'Farrell (venture capitalist)

    John O’Farrell is an Irish venture capitalist at the Silicon Valley firm Andreessen Horowitz, which he joined in June 2010 as its third general partner