[credit provider=”Etsy” url=”http://www.etsy.com/listing/73223848/vintage-1960s-maxi-green-floral-garden?ref=tre-2722994814-1″] There have never been so many high-value startups in New York.Three startups have had $100 million+ exits this year, including Buddy Media which was acquired for $800 million.
[credit provider=”Modern Luxury Media via Flickr” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/modernluxury/3367058954/”] Recently, we put together a list of the most valuable startups in the world.We narrowed the playing field to New York.
Many of the world’s most valuable startups haven’t been around for very long.Some companies with $100 million+ valuations were founded just this year. Others have been around, but didn’t receive any traction until a few months ago.
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This is part of our series on The 2011 Digital 100: The World’s Most Valuable Startups >>Catherine Cook was one of the youngest founders on our 2010 Digital 100 list.
This is part of our series on The 2011 Digital 100: The World’s Most Valuable Startups >>
[credit provider=”AP”] SAI Presents! The World’s Most Valuable Startups. Join Jay Yarow as he gets Alyson Shontell and Nicholas Carlson to explain why some of the companies on this list deserve their spots… and why others simply did not make the cut. Podcast Powered By PodbeanDownload this episode (right click […]
[credit provider=”Flickr/BTO Educational” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/btouniversity/with/5214364956/”] The Digital 100 is out!But what is it like to actually work at the companies mentioned?
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Last week we published the Digital 100, our list of the most valuable private Internet companies.
The New York City tech scene is booming like never before, but there’s no getting around it: Silicon Valley is still the startup capital of the world.
[credit provider=”Linden Lab”] For the most part, 2010 has been a very good year for private digital companies.Mergers and Acquisitions are back at big companies, VC investment is perking up, and cash from angel investors has never been easier to grab.
Welcome to the Digital 100: The World’s Most Valuable Internet Startups!