Here are some highlights from our coverage over the past week:
As ways are continually found to bypass cybersecurity protocols, network security providers should continue to see heavy venture capital investment. In 2014 alone, VCs completed a combined 110 deals in the space worth $1.85 billion. To see the most active investors in cybersecurity, click here (premium users can get the full list of investors here).
Last year, between financing rounds in June and December, Uber effectively increased its value by $120 million per day. $120 million. Per. Day. To check out some other mind-blowing daily valuation increases, click here.
There's a common thought today that VC-backed companies are waiting longer to go public, turning to big name investors and hedge funds to raise large late-stage rounds recently dubbed "private IPOs." The data, however, tells a different story. It turns out that the majority of VC-backed companies aren't waiting as long as it may appear before going public. Read more here.