Archives for the ‘VC & Private Equity Funding’ Category

NEA’s Kittu Kolluri Part-2

By • Nov 24th, 2009 • Category: Business & Tech, Hyderabad, San Francisco/Silicon Valley, VC & Private Equity Funding
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This is a 2-part of a candid interview with venture capitalist Kittu Kolluri of New Venture Associates (NEA).  Earlier today,  Teracent, one of Kittu’s portfolio company was acquired by Google for an undisclosed amount. In 2006 I met with Kittu at NEA’s Sand Hill Road Office in Menlo Park. He had just joined the VC firm and I wanted [...]



In Conversation with Kiran Karnik

By • Jan 11th, 2009 • Category: Bangalore, Business & Tech, Featured, Hyderabad, Ideas, India, VC & Private Equity Funding
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In early January 2009 Kiran Karnik was appointed as an independent director to the Board Satyam Computers along with Deepak Parekh and C. Achuthan. Just days before that in a stunning turn of events Ramalinga Raju, Chairmand founder of Satyam declared he had faked the profits and revenue for his company. And what was the [...]



Vinod Dham: Investing in India

By • Dec 29th, 2008 • Category: Bangalore, Diaspora, Featured, Ideas, VC & Private Equity Funding
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Vinod Dham is managing partner of NEA-IndoUS Fund. He is known as the Father of Pentium Processor and spent many years working for Intel before branching out to becoming an entrepreneur and an investor. In this interview Vinod shares his thoughts about investing in India and his involvement with  New Path Ventures and NEA IndoUS [...]



Kamla Show Launches On Live Mint Radio

By • Nov 15th, 2008 • Category: Business & Tech, Diaspora, Featured, Ideas, Internet & Telecom, San Francisco/Silicon Valley, VC & Private Equity Funding

The Kamla Show is pleased to debut its Ideas Channel with Live Mint Radio. LiveMint is an online property of Mint, the leading Indian business newspaper that has partnered with The Wall Street Journal. The launch on November 10, 2008 focuses on movers and shakers in business, technology and innovation in the Indian disapora and the broader high tech [...]