Biz Stone’s New Startup Jelly Raises Series A From Spark Capital, SV Angel, Square CEO Jack Dorsey,...
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone’s new and mysterious startup called Jelly still isn’t saying what it’s up to, but it has announced funding. According to details posted to the official company blog this morning, the team has raised a Series A from a notable lineup of investors in a round led ... Read more »
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone has picked up some interesting celebrity investors for his mysterious mobile startup Jelly. The list, published on the company's Tumblr Thursday, includes rockstar Bono, former vice president of the United States Al Gore, and Greg Yaitanes, the director of ... Read more »
Then you make a business card and give yourself the title “Founder and CEO.” So in the spirit of Wile E., I christened my blog “ Biz Stone, Genius.” And in my posts I made sure to play the part. I claimed to be building inventions with infinite resources and a world-class team of ... Read more »
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone has closed a Series A round of funding for his new startup Jelly. The specific amount was not disclosed, but it was led by Spark Capital, and included investments from SV Angel and other notable individuals like musician and activist Bono, former US Vice ... Read more »
Biz Stone's Jelly gets cash from Bono, Dorsey Jelly, the mysterious new startup run by Twitter co-founder Biz Stone, said in a company blog post Thursday that it has raised a Series A round of funding from Spark Capital, SV Angel and a raft of celebrities, including Jack Dorsey... Read more »
Jelly, the stealthy startup founded by Twitter co-founder Biz Stone, announced Thursday that the company just closed its Series A round of venture capital. The round was led by Spark Capital, and Bijan Sabet — an early Twitter investor — will join Jelly’s board. Other noteworthy ... Read more »
Jelly has been launched by Twitter co-founder Biz Stone, who became an adviser at Spark Capital in mid-2011. Other investors include some big names (Jack Dorsey, Reid Hoffman, Evan Williams) as well as some huge names (Bono, Al Gore). Also taking part in the round was SV Angel and other ... Read more »
The startup, which is backed by Twitter co-founder Biz Stone, 500 Startups, and others, offers tools for online businesses to track every interaction with a customer and to use that data to deliver personalized messages and offers. When I suggested that this sounds like a shift from ... Read more »
Twitter’s Innovator’s Patent Agreement Goes Into Action For ‘Pull To Refresh,’ Jelly And Lift Will A...
Twitter has also announced that two other companies, Biz Stone’s Jelly and the Lift task tracking app, will also be adopting the Innovator’s Patent Agreement. With so many ideas running around, there should be no reason why the first person to successfully file a patent should hold the ... Read more »
Startup firm Jelly Industries, which is led by Twitter co-founder Biz Stone, and app maker Lift have already adopted the IPA for their own patents. "We hope the adoption of the IPA will spur constructive dialogue on making patent system work better for companies, inventors, and ... Read more »
Twitter co-creator whose real name is actually Biz Stone has a new project called "Jelly. " No one knows what it is, other than an epicenter of vagaries and tech intrigue. Now it's got big, rich new investors. Whatever it is. In a blog post on its mystery Tumblr, Jelly announced its ... Read more »
Featured are DonorsChoose.org board members and advisers Timothy Ferriss, author of The 4-Hour Workweek; Livia Stone and Biz Stone, Twitter co-founder; Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of Reddit; Charles Best, founder and C.E.O. of DonorsChoose.org; Stephen Colbert, host of The Colbert Report; ... Read more »
Currently, the 32-year-old actress is playing a huge role in Canon U.S.A's “Project Imaginat10n” Film Contest, enabling filmmakers of all skill levels to have the chance to take the director's seat alongside five other celebrities, including Eva Longoria, Jamie Foxx, Biz Stone, Georgina ... Read more »
... of what could result from millions of people using [Twitter] to communicate.” The idea that Dorsey pursued, alongside Ev Williams and Biz Stone, has resulted in affecting the Arab Spring protests, the US Presidential election, and the Fukushima earthquake and tsunami, among others major events... Read more »
Meatless Monday Isn't Just For Monday Anymore: Beyond Meat™ Launches First Meat-Free And Gluten Free...
Backed by Twitter co-founders, Biz Stone and Evan Williams' Obvious Corporation investment firm and San Francisco-based Kleiner Perkins Caulfield & Byers, Beyond Meat's first introduction - Chicken-Free Strips - has been in the works for a decade. Passionate about improving health... Read more »
Bono is also one of the angel investors in Twitter co-founder Biz Stone's new startup, Jelly, which received a Series A round this week. We've reached out to SAP to see if they were behind this. But i n a blog post earlier this week, SAP acknowledged that the Bono impersonator may ... Read more »
Biz Stone’s under-the-radar startup has raised money from some very well-known people. In a blog post today, the Twitter founder announced closing a funding round led by Spark Capital with participation from SV Angel. An elite group of individual investors also contributed, including ... Read more »
And sometimes, he said, "There are people who are great at certain phases of the company, and at other times, they're not Twitter, famously, has seen a revolving door of talent at the top, as its three founders — Jack Dorsey, Evan Williams and Biz Stone — have shuttled in and out at ... Read more »
Surrounded by the stunning Rocky Mountains of Colorado, past Scholars shared meals and intimate roundtable discussions with Twitter co-founders Biz Stone and Evan Williams, retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, Admiral Mike Mullen, musician Moby and New York Times columnist ... Read more »
The Webby judging panel included the co-founder of microblogging site Twitter, Biz Stone, Internet media mogul Arianna Huffington and Kevin Systrom, the creator of online photo-sharing service Instagram. The promotional campaign behind Justin Bieber’s fragrance, Girlfriend, which called ... Read more »