Kevin Kelleher and Michael Carney

Kevin Kelleher is a writer living in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has worked at Bloomberg, Wired News and The Industry Standard magazine and has written for Wired magazine, Reuters, Fortune, GigaOm, Popular Science, Salon, Portfolio as well as many others. You can follow Kevin on Twitter @kpkelleher. — Michael Carney is a West Coast Editor at PandoDaily, covering venture capital, financial technologies, ecommerce, the future of television, and a variety of other subjects. He has spent his career exploring the world of early stage technology as an investor and entrepreneur, working in multiple countries within North and South America and Asia. You can follow Michael on Twitter @mcarney.
  1. Tech IPOs are hot, but for the generation's best companies, it's all about private markets

    As 2014 came to a close, we looked at how it was a strong year for tech IPOs, but maybe not as hot as it appeared when compared to a surge in late-stage private financings. After digging deeper into historical data provided by Mattermark and Renaissance Capital, we've found more evidence of a shift from a public to private market focus in the tech sector.

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