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Recent articles by Ron:

Thoma Bravo adds record $32B in new capital to fuel buyout funds

In spite of the current economic climate, private equity firm Thoma Bravo announced it has raised over $32B for three buyout funds. → Read More

StructureFlow helps attorneys visualize deal flow in a workflow-style interface

StuctureFlow is an early stage startup trying to make it easier for lawyers to visualize contractual relationships in large M&A deals. → Read More

As Butterfield exits stage left, it’s fair to wonder what’s happening at Salesforce

Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield was the third Salesforce exec to step down in less than a week. → Read More

Flow Engineering wants to modernize the hardware engineering design process

Flow Engineering, an early stage startup, wants to help engineers collaborate on complex hardware design projects like cars and rockets. → Read More

Investors sound the alarm about possible private equity tech deals

Coupa's investors worry that its current value doesn’t reflect a possible lucrative future. Are they right? → Read More

Confirmed: Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield stepping down in January

For the third time in a week, a key executive resigned at Salesforce. This time it was Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield. → Read More

The era of constant innovation at Amazon could be over

Watching AWS re:Invent this week, it was hard to get excited about the announcements, and it seems the age of innovation could be ending. → Read More

Box reaches $1B run rate in spite of a quarter dogged by currency challenges

Box launched in 2005 out of a dorm room. This week, after 17 years in business, the SaaS company reached a $1 billion run rate. → Read More

Amazon announces Eventbridge Pipes, a simpler way to connect events from multiple services

Amazon announced a uniform way to compose events today at AWS re:Invent 2022 in Las Vegas with a new Eventbridge Pipes product. → Read More

No one seemed to see Bret Taylor stepping away from Salesforce (even Marc Benioff)

Salesforce co-CEO Bret Taylor's resignation was a shock, and it’s safe to say that few if any saw this coming — even his mentor, Marc Benioff. → Read More

Bret Taylor steps down as co-chair and CEO of Salesforce

In a stunning announcement, Salesforce co-CEO Bret Taylor announced he was stepping down and leaving the company today. → Read More

Pangea Cyber wants to simplify security for developers with an API approach

When developers are creating a new application, they may build security features over time or take advantage of commercial offerings or open source libraries to implement certain security functions such as authentication or secrets management. Pangea Cyber wants to change that with an API-driven approach to adding security to an application, making it as easy […] → Read More

AWS adds automated agent monitoring to Amazon Contact Center

Amazon introduced multiple new features today to its Contact Center product, designed to help improve customer service agent performance. → Read More

Amazon introduces AWS Supply Chain to help bring order to supply chain chaos

At AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas, Amazon introduced AWS Supply Chain, a tool designed to reduce inventory bottlenecks. → Read More

Amazon announces preview of new Inf2 instances designed for larger models

Amazon announced a new Inf2 chip today at AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas, designed to process larger models more efficiently. → Read More

Amazon takes a step towards a zero ETL future with two announcements at re:Invent

Amazon made a couple of announcements today at AWS re:Invent that move companies toward a future without ETL. → Read More

Amplio helps companies find components when supply chain breaks down

Amplio, a startup from a supply chain management veteran, helps companies find critical parts when the supply chain breaks down. → Read More

Amazon CloudWorks Internet Monitor lets you track connection-related performance issues

Amazon announced a new tool at re:Invent this week that lets you monitor performance problems related to a bad internet connection. → Read More

As employees shift from office, Cloudbrink provides a strong, secure internet connection

With more employees working away from traditional offices, Cloudbrink aims to provide a fast and secure connection. → Read More

Holmes’ sentencing sends a clear message that the startup ecosystem must be built on good faith

The startup ecosystem is built on trust, and the Holmes verdict on Friday sent a clear message that there are consequences for breaking it. → Read More