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The next-gen data stack is one of the most active and compelling areas of venture investing right now.
As companies go digital, the use of application programming interfaces (APIs) is exploding.
Most startups are leaving money on the table when it comes to pricing their products and services.
There is currently $15 trillion of consumer debt in the U.S. Lenders pay hundreds of billions of dollars to acquire customers, underwrite them, and then give them a loan. But then what?
Edge Delta is providing a whole new class of product and category—a complementary and incredibly necessary approach to observability—edge observability, a critical component of your new data stack.
The current political environment could bring a demand surge for startups in the data privacy and compliance space.
H1 is a unique healthcare data SaaS company with proprietary data, compelling initial applications, and potential to expand.
Menlo doubles down: Betting on Brendan, Sandy, and the Sonrai team to win again.
Today, Salesforce announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire BeyondCore, the pioneer and leader in smart data discovery.
Menlo co-hosted an event with Unravel and Waterline to discuss how web-scale companies have internally built processes and controls for data management and operations.
I’m thrilled to announce the public launch of Usermind, my first investment at Menlo Ventures, and one that I’m particularly excited about.
Based on the very nature and prevalence of today’s data breach incidents, most of which go undiscovered for many months, the promise of breach analytics shouldn’t be underestimated.
Cloud, data analytics, and mobility are fundamental venture trends that will continue to offer incredible investment opportunities for venture capitalists.
eXelate, the leading provider of third-party data for digital advertisers, will integrate with Nielsen’s performance management solutions.
Today, Menlo is announcing its investment in Waterline Data—an exciting new big data company—that is transforming Hadoop data swamps into navigable, safe Hadoop data lakes.
The data center circa 2013 is a virtualizing vortex, but the Sea, one of Palo Alto’s premier eateries, felt like the eye of the hurricane on September 19, when Menlo Ventures brought together two dozen executives for a summit on the future of IT.