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DataStax, provider of the Big Data platform that powers mission-critical enterprise applications, today announced the completion of a $25 million C round of funding led by Meritech Capital Partners, with participation from existing investors Lightspeed Venture Partners and Crosslink Capital.

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How much can I sell my startup for?

09.28.2012 - VentureBeat

Jeremy Liew shares tips for founders around how to estimate what a realistic price might be when selling a company.

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Lemon CEO Interviewed on CNBC

09.27.2012 - CNBC

Wences Casares, founder & CEO of Lemon.com, offers insight on his start-up, which is an application that creates a digital version of everything in your wallet and stores it on your cell phone.

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The Next Big Thing 2012

09.27.2012 - Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal unveiled its third annual ranking of the top 50 U.S. companies backed by venture capital—a list that attempts to identify start-ups that could become the “Next Big Thing.”

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Virtual Instruments announced $27.5 million in Series D funding co-led by Next World Capital and General Catalyst Partners with continued participation from existing investor Lightspeed Venture Partners.

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Knowing that hordes of impressionable, developing kids are begging their parents for some time on their iPads, Duck Duck Moose decided to develop educational games for iOS devices. It’s been a huge success with children and their parents, and now that popularity has translated into a new round of VC funding for the company. Duck Duck Moose announced today it has raised $7 million from Lightspeed Ventures, Sequoia Capital, and Stanford University.

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Duck Duck Moose, the startup behind a series of educational apps for children, is today announcing having closed on $7 million in Series A funding led by Sequoia Capital and Lightspeed Venture Partners, with participation from Stanford University.

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Barry Egger talks Big Data and how it can fix lists in his latest column for Forbes.

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Business-tech parties have become hot tickets. This month, Varun Mehta and Umesh Maheshwari, founders of a San Jose, Calif., storage-technology company called Nimble Storage Inc., co-hosted a reception in San Francisco to mingle with other techies. They couldn’t fill the room at the same party a year ago; this time they sent 300 invitations and the event was filled almost immediately. “For the first time, there was a lot of recognition of our names,” says Mr. Mehta. Adds Mr. Maheshwari: “Storage is definitely hot.”

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