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Exclusive: Big changes coming to Kleiner Perkins
— Brook Byers and Ray Lane scale back their future involvement. — Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers is changing its partnership structure, according to prospective limited partners in the venture firm's next early-stage fund.
Did Facebook panic?
— Why Facebook is buying Instagram. — Last week, mobile photo-sharing site Instagram raised $50 million from venture capitalists at a $500 million valuation. Today, the company agreed to be acquired for $1 billion by Facebook. — So what happened in the intervening days?
Tech media misconceptions
— Journalism is rife with conflict. Get over it. — The tech media wars continued yesterday, with LA Times columnist Michael Hiltzik basically accusing certain tech bloggers of being “influence peddlers.” — The whole issue has become fairly tired …
Yahoo is only worth $1 billion?
— The New York Times is reporting that Yahoo tomorrow will consider a proposal to sell its stakes in Yahoo Japan and Alibaba Group, in a transaction that would be worth approximately $17 billion. But here's the thing: Yahoo's entire market cap is just over $18 billion.
Twitter doesn't really raise money from Saudi prince
— Prince Alwaleed's deal for Twitter isn't a traditional investment. deal for Twitter isn't a traditional investment. — Saudi Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal today announced that he has invested $300 million in Twitter, via his Kingdom Holding investment group.
Ex-Twitter engineer Mike Abbott joins Kleiner Perkins
— VC firm nabs man responsible for endangering the Fail Whale. — Mike Abbott is joining venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers as a senior partner in its digital media group, less than two months after stepping down as vice president of engineering at Twitter.
Exclusive: Zynga's IPO roadshow begins Monday
— Zynga is about to kick off its IPO process. — Social gaming company Zynga is planning to begin its IPO road show this coming Monday, Fortune has learned. — The company's bankers began telling clients about the road show this morning …
Exclusive: SV Angel's investment portfolio
— SV Angel, the venture capital firm managed by Ron Conway and David Lee, has made over 80 new investments in 2011, according to confidential documents obtained by Fortune. — The Silicon Valley-based firm does not have a list of investments on its website …
Venture capital remains white boys club
— The venture capital industry remains dominated by white men, according to a new demographics survey released today by the National Venture Capital Association and Dow Jones. — Only 21% of the 590 survey respondents were woman, and just 11% identified themselves as “investors.”
Yelp files for $100 million IPO
— Local business review site Yelp has filed for a $100 million IPO. Goldman Sachs, Citigroup and Jefferies are serving as co-lead underwriters, while the San Francisco-based company has not yet selected an exchange on which to trade.