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Snapchat backer IVP raises $1.4 billion for latest venture fund

Kleiner Perkins seeks almost $1 million in costs in Pao case

Technology and outdoor sports converge at drone conference

Exclusive: Bitcoin exchange itBit seeks New York banking license

San Fran housing rent up a sizzling 14.8 pct. in 12 months

Vietnam a land of opportunity for returnees

As Yemen bombing subsides, Saudi may struggle with peacemaker role

LinkedIn looks to build on its impressive resume

Crime doubts persist in Brazil ahead of events

Spike in violence in Iraq has echoes in the past

In South Africa, toilet talk turns political

President Assad says Syria able to face Israel

Drilling is new focus for clean energy investors

Verizon rakes in wireless fees in 1Q

Crowdfunding may be more bust than windfall

We're different now, says Vodafone boss

Crowd Funding Champ Launches New Smart Watch

French, Malian troops control Gao seek out rebels

States answer help wanted ad to be drone test site

Wis. drops to 44th in private-sector job creation

Biographical info on RIM co-founder Lazaridis

Drexel creates entrepreneurship school in Philly

Webjet hopes Zuji speeds offshore growth

German journalist recalls being held in Syria

Gore sued over Current TV sale to Al-Jazeera

Class of 2012: Young Spaniards launch startups

Wis. governor says $340M income tax cut reasonable

Analysis: Girding for battle as electronic derivatives trading revived

Analysis - Fate of $23 billion L'Oreal stake points to future of Nestle

Arson, arrests as Myanmar leader visits restive area

Environmentalists launch another bid to stop a Tarkine mine

Twitter titillates users, investors with IPO tweet

Analysis - New Microsoft CEO faces big choices post-Ballmer

Electric carmaker Tesla hits roadblock in China over trademark

Robots to revolutionize farming, ease labor woes

Waze could lead way to Israeli Internet growth

Ouya looks to make a dent in game console market

Archbishop embarrassed by link to payday loan firm

Small farmers turn to creative projects to survive