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Exclusive: Gaming company Gaikai seeks buyer
— Orange County start-up could be worth well over $500 million. — FORTUNE — Gaikai, a popular provider of cloud-based streaming services for PC and console games, in on the block. Sources tell me it already has hired bankers, and is expecting well in excess of $500 million.
Exclusive: China's Hudong.com raising $50 million
— Chinese encyclopedia wiki returns to VC market. — FORTUNE — Hudong.com, a Chinese-language encyclopedia wiki, is raising up to $50 million in Series C funding, Fortune has learned. — The money is being raised, at least in part …
Exclusive: Sequoia Capital raising new funds
— Venture firm seeks at least $1 billion. — FORTUNE — Sequoia Capital is back in the fund-raising market, with a series of venture capital vehicles designed to raise at least $1 billion (in aggregate). My understanding is that one fund …
Kleiner investors blindsided by discrimination suit
— Kleiner Perkins blew its response to lawsuit. — FORTUNE — “You're kidding. Send me a copy of the complaint.” — That was the 10-word email I received earlier today from a limited partner with Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers …
38 Special: Facebook bankers got it right
— Facebook shares stay flat, and that's okay. — FORTUNE — Facebook (FB) shares didn't pop. They didn't crumble. They closed the day at $38.23 per share, or less than a percentage point higher than where the company's IPO had priced last night.
Facebook IPO: Who got rich(er)?
— Counting down the big Facebook winners. — FORTUNE — Facebook (FB) has priced its highly-anticipated IPO at $38 per share, with a large number of shares coming from company insiders. — So here's a quick list of who made what, based on the assumption …
Facebook increases IPO size (again)
— Facebook adds 25% more shares. — FORTUNE — Facebook has significantly increased the size of its initial public offering, just two days before it is expected to begin trading on the NASDAQ. — According to an amended registration document …
Is Facebook raising its IPO range?
— Facebook set to up its price. — FORTUNE — Last week, Bloomberg reported that Facebook was getting “weaker than forecast” demand for its upcoming IPO. A few hours later, Reuters reported that the offering was already oversubscribed.
Andreessen Horowitz to give half their earnings to charity
— A different type of return on investment — Venture capital firm makes a bold philanthropic pledge. — FORTUNE — The general partners of Andreessen Horowitz have pledged to donate at least half of their future venture capital earnings to philanthropic causes.
Facebook values itself at nearly $77 billion
— Facebook picks a price. — FORTUNE — I noted this in an earlier post of Facebook's first quarter financials, but I think it deserves one of its own: Facebook is officially valuing itself at just under $77 billion.
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