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Venture-Backed Life Science Companies Hit 7 Year Highs in Large Acquisitions
Silicon Valley Bank Study of Life Science M&A Exits Reveals Improving Trends for Life Science InvestmentSANTA CLARA, Calif. – July 19, 2012 – Silicon Valley Bank, financial partner to technology and life science companies and their investors worldwide, released a study today that examines the me...
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SDVG - Getting Your Head in The Clouds: An In-Depth Look at Cloud Computing
While defining "The Cloud" is elusive and it means different things to … emerging yet, and if so, are they venture-backed … industry giants? In which segments of the cloud market can VC-backed companies compete successfully? Is there still time for … the cloud space; CEOs from two local venture-backed cloud companies; and … former CEO who recently sold his cloud company to Dell, where he is now a GM. …
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The Medical Device & Diagnostic Conference for Chief Executive Officers
executives from large healthcare and small venture-backed companies to discuss the key strategic issues facing …
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Q2 2011 Trends Report - How are Your Company and Industry Faring?
driving your industry and affecting your company's performance. You'll gain deeper insight into how … and metrics that will help you measure how your company is … relative to your peers and how your company is faring as the economy slows. … of the economic slowdown and financial market disruption on venture-backed company sales growth … New metrics for measuring the financial health of key tech …
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The U.S. Innovation Economy at a Crossroads: Will the U.S. Maximize its Global Market Opportunities for Startups?
Which tech sectors are hiring the most this year … How and if the U.S. education system is preparing future employees … How U.S. startups are leveraging foreign markets, or not … Washington's progress, or lack of, against issues that help or impede startups' prospects for success … The success rate of the U.S. presidential candidates in reaching entrepreneurs …
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Technology
September 09, 2009 Posted by

The economic recession and financial crisis have cast a dark cloud over most of the venture capital industry. The popular press continues to report bad news: poor exit markets, reduced venture investment and employee layoffs at technology firms. Despite these glum reports, innovative technologies are still being developed and many promising venture-backed companies are maintaining revenue growth. One example is companies developing the software-as-a-service model, the technology more commonly known as “SaaS.” As a provider of banking services to SaaS technology companies and as a consumer of SaaS offerings, SVB has observed SaaS as one of the bright spots in the venture capital industry. We expect that SaaS innovation will expand during the economic recession and SaaS technology will become a mainstay of enterprise computing.

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Cleantech
June 03, 2010 Posted by
On April 8-9, 2010, Silicon Valley Bank broughttogether 104 experts from the entrepreneurial, venture capital, energy,academic and policy worlds to discuss critical issues affecting the long termgrowth of the energy generation, storage and efficiency markets.  Here are our key takeaways from this set ofinvigorating, closed door discussions.
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Startups
September 03, 2010 Posted by
If you turn on almost any news channel, you’ll hear a consistent theme coming from Washington policymakers — jobs, jobs, and more jobs. People in D.C. recognize how vital job creation is to our future. And by and large they understand that small, growing companies are the engine for job creation.
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Public Policy
July 15, 2011 Posted by
On June 14, 2011, Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) introduced the Immigration Driving Entrepreneurship in America (IDEA) Act of 2011, which aims to promote innovation, research and job growth in the U.S.
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Public Policy
January 13, 2012 Posted by
Section 619 of the Dodd-Frank Act, commonly referred to as the "Volcker Rule," strictly limits banking entities' ability to sponsor and invest in hedge funds and private equity funds.
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