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Things you must do to succeed at real estate investing

Real estate has become among the most lucrative venture for investors. Though expensive to start, investors get profit within a shortest time. However, making the real estate investment becomes a risky venture because you have to make the right decision for success to come. If you ...

KrantCents August 01 13

Remote Video Startup Dropcam Raises $30M, Plans To Use The Funding To Better Compete – With Itself

San Francisco-based video monitoring hardware and software startup Dropcam today announced the close of a new $30 million Series C funding round, led by Institutional Venture Partners (IVP), and with participation by new investor Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and existing bac...

0 Comments TechCrunch July 31 13

Dropcam lands $30M to be the Apple of the future connected home

Dropcam lands $30M to be the Apple of the future connected home

Sept. 9 - 10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now Dropcam may make hardware, but it’s not a hardware company. This is how Dropcam CEO Greg Duffy explains how his company, a surveillance camera startup, has thrived in spite of being in a tough mar ...

0 Comments VentureBeat July 31 13

It Takes $5 Million to Actually Feel Like a Rich Person

A new "investor sentiment report" found that rich people don't actually feel like they're rich until they've amassed at least $5 million—in fact, they specifically feel "poor." Their words, not mine. Which is weird, because I sometimes feel like I'm rich w...

Jezebel July 24 13

DataStax nabs $45M to dominate the global ‘enterprise NoSQL’ market

DataStax, the company that wants to bring down Oracle’s relational database, has scored yet more venture funding. Today, it announced a massive financing round of $45 million, which will be used to market its “NoSQL” database to large corporations. DataStax is a popular option for fast-growing ...

0 Comments VentureBeat July 23 13

Food Corporations Turn to Chefs in a Quest for Healthy Flavor

At companies like PepsiCo and Kellogg, white-coated lab technicians join with white-jacketed chefs to give consumers the taste they want with less salt, fat and sugar. ...