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Costolo served as Twitter CEO from 2010 until he stepped down two years ago.
The state-owned Development Bank of Japan wants to be a bridge between Southeast Asian companies and Japan Inc, explains Kimihiro Fukuyama.
There has been a shift in investment from social media and e-commerce into tangible products and services in the region, says Ajay Lakhotia, Fosun RZ Capital.
There are plenty of opportunities in listed real estate, explains Mira Christanto of APG Asset Management.
The start-up ecosystem in Southeast Asia has developed enough to attract large institutional investors from abroad, says Vinnie Lauria from Golden Gate Ventures.
Opportunities in the retail and consumption sectors makes Indonesia, Vietnam and other Southeast Asian countries good investments, says Markus Bracht of DEG.
Fintech startups have raised a record $1.27 billion by selling bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies through initial coin offerings (ICOs).
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports investors have a new way to play China and it is capturing the attention and money from high-profile venture capitalists.
It's time for venture capitalists to radically change the way they do business, says Jennifer Hyman, CEO of Rent the Runway.
Blue Apron shares hit an all-time intraday low of $6.51 a share, according to FactSet.
While the number of deals has remained flat, the value of deals increased in the second quarter of the year, says Irene Chu of KPMG.
Grab's expansion would add another obstacle in the otherwise challenging market of Southeast Asia.
Uber is collecting more money in fares and is narrowing losses, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg.
"Snap obviously has been copied — plagiarized, you could say — by Facebook, and very successfully so," advertising mogul Martin Sorrell told CNBC.
Samsung's venture capital arm announced Wednesday it is expanding into Europe to invest in the continent's start-up scene.
At a time when venture capitalists are under pressure to become more inclusive, XFactor is launching to invest in women entrepreneurs.
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