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48 MINS AGO - VentureBeat

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English-leaning site 51Talk pockets new funding to expand in Asia

51Talk, an English-learning service which provides one-to-one courses in English speaking, announced that it has received US$55 million of Series C financing led by Sequoia Capital and followed by DCM and Shunwei Fund, a fund headed by Xiaomi founder Lei Jun. It is worth noting that 51Talk is the first online education company that Sequoia Capital invested in. […]

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OCT 22, 2014 - Forbes

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OCT 22, 2014 - Forbes

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SoftBank And Sequoia Capital Mark First Investment In Indonesia With $100 Million Backing of Tokopedia

Indonesia's leading e-commerce marketplace, PT Tokopedia, raised $100 million in a round from Japanese investment firm SoftBank Corp. and Sequoia Capital according to an announcement on Wednesday.

Tags: SoftBank And Sequoia Capital Mark First Investment In Indonesia With $100 Million Backing of Tokopedia,  Sequoia Capital Latest News

OCT 22, 2014 - Business Insider

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How 3 First-Time Founders Turned One-Third Of Their Employees Into Millionaires — And No One Found Out About It (GOOG)

On May 19, Google acquired a startup for $120 million in cash and stock, making it one of the largest New York exits of 2014. One-third of the company's 70 employees became millionaires. Everyone kept their jobs. And the founders are leading Google's Android enterprise group. But most people have never heard of the company, Divide, or its CEO, Andrew Toy, ...

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OCT 22, 2014 - TechCrunch

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Indonesian Marketplace Tokopedia Raises $100M From SoftBank and Sequoia

 Tokopedia, an online marketplace in Indonesia, has raised an impressive $100 million round led by SoftBank Internet and Media (SIMI), with participation from Sequoia Capital and returning investor SB Pan Asia Fund. Read More

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