Hollinger Capital Overview

  • Investor Type
  • Venture Capital

  • Status
  • Inactive

  • Investments
  • 6

  • Exits
  • 5


Hollinger Capital General Information


Hollinger Capital was the corporate venture capital arm of Sun-Times Media Group and was based in New York, New York. The firm preferred to invest in the internet and emerging technology sectors.

Contact Information

Year Founded
Investor Status
Out of Business
Primary Investor Type
Corporate Venture Capital
Other Investor Types
Venture Capital
Primary Office
  • 270 Lafayette Street
  • Suite 600
  • New York, NY 10012
  • United States

Hollinger Capital Investments (6)

Company Name Deal Date Deal Type Deal Size Industry Company Stage Lead Partner
UCO Software 20-Mar-2001 Buyout/LBO Network Management Software Profitable 0000000 00000
0000000 000000000 01-Jan-2001 00 000000000 000.00 Media and Information Services (B2B) Profitable 0000000 00000
0000000000 12-Dec-2000 00000 00000 000.00 Business/Productivity Software Generating Revenue
00000000000 (00000 23-Aug-2000 00000 00000 00.00 Social/Platform Software Generating Revenue
Mediant Technology Partners Early Stage VC 000 Other Capital Markets/Institutions Out of Business 0000000 00000
eBay Commerce Early Stage VC Information Services (B2C) Profitable
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Hollinger Capital Exits (5)

Company Name Exit Date Exit Type Exit Size
eBay Commerce 26-Oct-2004 IPO 00000
00000000000 (00000 31-Mar-2003 000000000000000000 00.000
0000000000 07-Jan-2003 000000000000000000
Fulcrum Analytics Merger/Acquisition
Mediant Technology Partners Bankruptcy: Liquidation
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