As Senate Passes Immigration Bill, the ZuckerPAC Takes a Victory Lap

A win for immigration reform means a win for Mark Zuckerberg’s political action committee,

Seven Questions for Silicon Valley Superlawyer Gordy Davidson

Soon to step down from his position as chairman of Fenwick & West.

Born to Be Wild

@levie: Tim Cook says he doesn’t think Google Glass will work. *John Doerr speeds away angrily in his Segway*
@johndoerr: @levie – I have 2 Segways – and Glass – outside. Want to ride?

Twitter conversation between John Doerr and Aaron Levie after Tim Cook said onstage at D11 that Google Glass’s form factor will limit broad success

As Immigration Reform Bill Heads to the Senate Floor, the ZuckerPAC Gets a Win

In a small victory for Mark Zuckerberg’s political group, a bill that could greatly benefit tech company talent-seekers makes it through the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Accel’s Breyer Leads Forbes Midas List of Top Tech Investors Again, While Kleiner’s Doerr Leads in Media Scrutiny

It’s hard being — and staying — king of the VCs.

News Byte

Please Welcome the ZuckerPAC to Capitol Hill

After weeks of rumors, Mark Zuckerberg pulled back the curtain on his political action committee,, on Thursday morning. The Facebook founder’s personal political initiative is aimed at influencing changes to U.S. immigration policy. Spearheaded by Zuckerberg, the group is composed of Silicon Valley luminaries such as Reid Hoffman, Eric Schmidt, Marissa Mayer and John Doerr.

Big-Name VCs Form “Glass Collective” to Back Google Glass App Makers

Google Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz and Kleiner Perkins agree to look together at companies building on Google Glass.

Kleiner’s Doerr Joins Zynga Board of Directors

The legendary Valley VC will soon advise the struggling social gaming giant.

Kleiner’s Doerr Takes Adviser Seat at Flipboard

A new board member for the social magazine.


Start-Ups Adjust to Web’s Down Cycle

Prominent venture capitalist John Doerr coined the phrase “SoLoMo” in 2010 to describe how three technology trends — social, local and mobile — were fueling a new Internet boom.

Headless Lawsuit in Topless Blog!