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Fox Business

Uber has hit bottom, investor says

Lead Edge Capitol partner Brian Neider argues Uber can recover after PR disasters. Read more


Financial Times

Can Uber ever make money?

Mitchell Green, an Uber investor and a partner at Lead Edge Capital, says that his thesis is that the ride-hailing market will keep growing — and both Uber and Lyft will benefit. Read more


Bloomberg

Lead Edge’s Mehta Wants Sheryl Sandberg to Be Uber CEO

Nimay Mehta, Lead Edge Capital partner, discusses what Travis Kalanick's resignation means for the future of Uber Technologies Inc. He speaks with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde on "Bloomberg Technology." (Source: Bloomberg) Read more


Bloomberg

Full Show: Bloomberg Technology (06/21)

Lead Edge Capital's Nimay Mehta comments on Uber and the changes in leadership on Bloomberg Tech Live. Read more


Bloomberg

Full Show: Bloomberg Technology (06/20)

Brian Neider, Lead Edge Capital partner, joins Emily Chang to discuss Alibaba in the U.S. & their summit in Detroit to open the Chinese market to US companies. Read more


CNBC

Despite scandals, Uber investor says most users just ‘want to get from point A to point B’

Neider, partner at Lead Edge Capital, spoke in a CNBC interview Wednesday, the morning after a revolt by five major investors forced Kalanick to step down as head of the ride-hailing company. Read more


Bloomberg

Why Jack Ma Is Wooing Small Businesses in the U.S.

Brian Neider, Lead Edge Capital partner, discuss Jack Ma's U.S. jobs push with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology." Read more


Bloomberg

Bloomberg Technology (06/15)

Lead Edge Capital's Mitchell Green starts at 4:15 as he joins Emily Chang on Bloomberg Technology to discuss tech markets, Alibaba, Uber & Grab. Read more


Bloomberg

Lead Edge’s Green Sees Big Opportunity for Grab in Asia

Mitchell Green, Lead Edge Capital partner, comments on Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma possibly teaming up with SoftBank's Masayoshi Son in a $1.5 billion investment in ride-hailing startup Grab. He speaks with Bloomberg's Read more


Techcrunch

Lost item finder Tile grabs another $25 million in funding

After $100M in revenue in 2016 & 10M devices sold, Tile raises $25M in new funding. Read more


Techcrunch

Despite a fickle market for fancy home appliances, new investors get behind Brava Home

Brava Home, an IoT company, has new funding Read more


Bloomberg

Lead Edge’s Neider on Apple, Bloomberg’s Ovide on FB

LEC Partner Brian Neider starts at 3:15 in the clip and touches on Apple earnings and opportunities in cloud technology. Read more


AlleyWatch

Inside the Mind of a New York VC: Mitchell Green of Lead Edge Capital

Mitchell chatted about his start in venture, the unique LP structure and associated value proposition at Lead Edge, what he looks for in investments, and much, much more. Read more


CNBC

Google and Facebook ‘are making it really hard for smaller internet businesses’ to compete

Google, Facebook and other big tech companies "are making it really hard for smaller internet businesses" to compete, Lead Edge Capital partner Nimay Mehta told CNBC on Tuesday. Read more


Fortune

A Challenge to Finding Uber’s New COO: Its CEO

Help Wanted: A chief operating officer to help change a Silicon Valley giant's now-notorious "bro" culture, but who can thrive in a power dynamic that hands the boss overwhelming control... Read more


Bloomberg Tech

Bloomberg Technology (04/07/17)

Watch this Bloomberg Technology video to see Lead Edge Capital Partner Nimay Mehta featured at approx 30:30. He spokes about some of our portfolio companies, including Spotify and Uber. Read more


Mic.com

Spotify may issue stock but skip the IPO. How that could avoid the SNAP effect… or not.

It has been reported that Spotify will likely pursue an IPO-like maneuver called a "direct listing" in 2017. LEC Partner Nimay Mehta provides more commentary on what it means for shareholders... Read more


Bloomberg Tech

Bloomberg Technology (04/04/17)

Watch Lead Edge Capital Partner Brian Neider starting at 25:00 comment on U.S. tech giants looking to grow in India. He shares comments on the Indian tech landscape as well. Read more