The Stock Market’s 67,000% Superstar Is Now a Huge Falling Knife
Lead Edge Capital Partner Mitchell Green comments on Tencent and the falling Chinese stock market. “They are cheap," said Mitchell Green, the Santa Barbara-based founding partner of Lead Edge Capital, which manages
Tencent Starting to Crack the Code on Music Streaming, Lead Edge’s Green Says
Mitchell Green, Lead Edge Capital Founding Partner, discusses Tencent Music Entertainment Group filing for an IPO and the competitive environment in music streaming with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
Uber Has a Path to Profitability, Lead Edge’s Mehta Says
Nimay Mehta, Lead Edge Capital partner, discusses Uber's self-driving project and path to profitability with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology." (Source: Bloomberg)
Wall Street Journal
Lead Edge Capital’s Exits, Assets Step Up
This year alone, the New York firm founded by Mitchell Green saw two of its portfolio companies, Spotify and Delivery Hero, taken public. Along the way three others were acquired—Moat, ClearScore and
This New York Venture firm just closed on $520 million from 250(!) people, including former Schwab and Facebook execs
Lead Edge Capital, a New York-based venture firm, has been around since 2009, and it has been quietly growing like kudzu since. After closing its very first fund with $52 million back
Uber investor Lead Edge Capital closes $520 mln fund
Venture firm Lead Edge Capital, which has backed companies such as Uber and Spotify, has raised its largest fund to date in the latest sign of the rush of capital flowing into
New York Times
‘Mega-Round’ Investors Shower Start-Ups With Millions
Start-ups raising $100 million or more from investors — known as a mega-round in Silicon Valley — used to be a rarity. But now, they are practically routine, producing a frenzy around
Arrive Logistics acquires VC funding
Freight brokerage company Arrive Logistics has closed a new round of funding led by New York-based Lead Edge Capital, a growth stage investment fund focused on software, Internet and technology-enabled services.
Toast Notches $115M In Series D Round
To drive investment in R&D, recruiting and expansion, Toast announced on Tuesday (July 10) that it has raised $115 million in Series D funding. The funding round, which was led by funds and accounts
TheStreet (The Deal)
Duo Makes Sense for Cisco: Target’s Backer
As Cisco buys Duo Security for $2.34 billion, backer Brian Neider of Lead Edge Capital discusses the evolution of the security unicorn.
Cisco to buy cyber-security company Duo for $2.35 billion
Cisco Systems Inc said on Thursday it would buy Duo Security, a venture capital-backed cyber security company, for $2.35 billion in cash, as part of its push to expand into a faster
Cisco to acquire security unicorn Duo for $2.35 billion
Cisco Systems Inc. has agreed to pay $2.35 billion for security startup Duo Security, the companies announced Thursday morning, beefing up the networking company’s software offerings.
Spotify investor predicts the stock will be a smash hit
The company is going around the investment bankers and taking itself public. Nobody knows what the price will be when the stock starts trading. But Mitchell Green isn't concerned. He's the founder
The music business is fundamentally broken: NYU finance professor
Nimay Mehta, Lead Edge Capital partner, and NYU Stern School of Finance Professor Aswath Damodaran discuss why Spotify chose to not raise capital with a traditional IPO and what will drive the
Spotify is Trump-proof: Mitchell Green
Lead Edge Capital's Mitchell Green on the state of the tech sector.
Spotify sees 2018 revenue growing 20%-30%, slower than 2017
Spotify, the world's biggest selling music streaming service, expects revenue to grow 20-30 percent this year as currency swings slow the pace from 2017 and it gears up for one of Europe's
Experian buys 3-year-old fintech group ClearScore for £275m
Experian announced its acquisition of LEC-backed ClearScore for £275M
Why Spotify decided to go public
Lead Edge Capital founder Mitchell Green explains why the music-streaming service Spotify chose to go public, arguing that the company wants to acquire more customers.