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Deutsche Bank

A venture capital firm in New York that focuses on investing in early-stage and emerging growth businesses.

Deutsche Bank is a venture capital firm in New York that focuses on investing in early-stage and emerging growth businesses. Founded 1870 in New York, United States, it invests in late stage ventures. Its portfolio companies include Sensory Networks, G2 Microsystems, ClearForest, Zilliant, End2End Holdings, PowerDsine, Active Network and Inxight Software. As of March 2020, DB Capital Ventures has made 18 investments. Their most recent investment was on May 13, 2004, when Sensory Networks raised $6M. DB Capital Ventures has had 11 exits, the most notable of which include Active Network, ClearForest, and G2 Microsystems. 

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Reuters Editorial
March 26, 2020
U.S.
Deutsche Bank is laying the groundwork for taking advantage of a government-run short-time work scheme for some of its employees in Germany as it deals with fallout of the coronavirus, a spokeswoman said on Thursday.
Andrea Mandala
March 24, 2020
IN
Corrado Sforza Fogliani is on the frontlines of European efforts to keep the region's economy alive amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Reuters Editorial
March 20, 2020
U.S.
Deutsche Bank said on Friday that the impact of the coronavirus outbreak may affect the lender's ability to meet its financial targets as the fragile bank undergoes a major revamp after years of losses.
Reuters Editorial
March 18, 2020
U.S.
The impact of the current turmoil related to the coronavirus is more likely to affect Deutsche Bank later this year rather than in the first quarter, an executive said on Wednesday.
Abhinav Ramnarayan
March 11, 2020
IN
Deutsche Bank will delay repayment on $1.25 billion of bonds when they become redeemable next month, a rare move in the industry that could pave the way for other lenders to follow suit in a market shaken by the coronavirus outbreak.
Tom Sims
March 9, 2020
IN
In the last three decades, Deutsche Bank has expanded and shrunk its global footprint, made and lost billions, and its shares have soared and sunk. But there has been one constant: A priest-turned-activist's determined mission against the bank.
Marc Jones
March 3, 2020
U.S.
Global stocks and commodity markets extended a tentative recovery from their coronavirus slump on Tuesday, as global policymakers signaled a united front to address the economic fallout from the spreading outbreak.
Reuters Editorial
February 10, 2020
U.S.
Deutsche Bank said on Monday it would issue at least $1 billion in Additional Tier 1 (AT1) securities as the bank manages its regulatory capital requirements.
Reuters Editorial
February 6, 2020
U.S.
Deutsche Bank on Thursday revealed that Los Angeles-based Capital Group has taken a 3.1% stake, boosting shares in Germany's largest bank which has been hit by losses and misconduct scandals.
Reuters Editorial
February 6, 2020
U.S.
Deutsche Bank said on Thursday that Capital Group now holds a 3.1% stake in the German bank, making the Los Angeles-based firm one of its largest shareholders.
February 5, 2020
www.nytimes.com
The social network, which Facebook bought for $1 billion in 2012, reportedly collected $20 billion in ad revenue last year -- surpassing YouTube's ad sales.
Tom Sims
January 30, 2020
IN
Deutsche Bank plunged to a bigger than expected loss of 5.7 billion euros ($6.3 billion) last year, its fifth in a row, as the cost of its latest turnaround attempt hit earnings.
Reuters Editorial
January 28, 2020
IN
Deutsche Bank AG has delayed raises to fixed pay compensation at the German bank by three months until after April 1, citing the need to further improve cost management, according to a memo seen by Reuters on Tuesday.
January 3, 2020
WebWire
Standard Chartered announced the appointment of Rene W. Keller as Chief Information Officer (CIO), Corporate, Commercial & Institutional Banking (CCIB). Based in Singapore, he reports to Dr Michael Gorriz, Group Chief Information Officer, and is responsible for the business' technology strategy, architecture and delivery value chain that will drive strategic business outcomes. A seasoned leader in IT management and strategy, Rene brings to the Bank his expertise in and strong focus on c...
Tom Arnold
December 27, 2019
IN
Helicopter cash, climate crises, smart cities and the space economy -- investors have all those possibilities ahead as they enter the third decade of the 21st century.
Reuters Editorial
December 23, 2019
U.S.
Cerberus, one of Deutsche Bank's largest shareholders, will no longer provide paid advice to the bank on how to run its business, a person with knowledge of the matter said on Monday, a role that has been criticized for potential conflicts of interest.
BBC News
December 23, 2019
BBC News
Anna Waterhouse has hit back after a damaging finding against her by the Dubai Financial Services Authority.
Paul Withers
December 17, 2019
Express.co.uk
THE pound has plummeted against the euro and US dollar with Boris Johnson set to throw down the gauntlet to the EU.
Alun John
December 12, 2019
IN
Investment bankers the world over are paying close attention to court hearings in Sydney in a landmark legal case that alleges cartel activity by Citigroup and Deutsche Bank employees, with JPMorgan witnesses appearing for the prosecution.
Jamie McGeever
December 12, 2019
IN
Conditions for buoyant economic growth in Brazil have rarely, if ever, been better, making 2020 a "make-or-break" year for Latin America's largest and long underachieving economy.
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