What is it that makes people so quick to pit New York against Boston—in sports, politics and, lately, technology?
So far this year 17 Israeli companies have gone public overseas. #EYJourney2014— Battery Ventures (@BatteryVentures) October 30, 2014
After the 2012 presidential election, former Obama campaigners made headlines when they revealed that their most wildly successful email subject line consisted of a single word: “Hey.” By their account, that email alone brought in millions of dollars. Impressive? Definitely. Could you get away with this subject line? Doubtful.
The JPMorgan Chase data breach rocked headlines early this month as the latest in a series of security breaches hitting nearly a dozen financial companies in 2014 alone. The news also follows similar breach disclosures from Target, Home Depot, Albertsons and others.
On Oct. 2, online home-furnishings purveyor Wayfair went public on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), pricing its shares above the anticipated range. Battery first invested in Wayfair—and its co-founders Niraj Shah and Steve Conine—in 2011. Battery General Partner Neeraj Agrawal sits on Wayfair’s board.