PACIFIC for April 16: SoftBank goes hard

What’s New: The Top 100 Venture Capitalists per CB Insights: 1. Bill Gurley, Benchmark … 2. Steve Anderson, Baseline … 3. Joshua Kopelman, First Round … 4. Alfred Lin, Sequoia … 5. Brian Singerman, Founders Fund … 6. Jeffrey Jordan, Andreessen Horowitz … 7. Rob Hayes, First Round … 8. Ravi Mhatre, Lightspeed … 9. Mary Meeker, Kleiner Perkins … 10. Jeremy Liew, Lightspeed … First-time appearances: 41. Shawn Carolan, Menlo … 79. Albert Wenger, Union Square … 80. Meyer Malka, Ribbit …

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What’s Next: NYT’s Jack Nicas: “Investors, bankers and analysts said they expected a wave of initial public offerings to bring some of the most highly valued and recognizable start-ups to the public market over the next 18 to 24 months…”

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