Michael Moritz –

VCJ Fact Sheet for Mike Moritz

Education:Oxford University; MBA from Wharton School of Business.

Career Path: Mike Moritz is a partner with Sequoia Capital. Before joining Sequoia Capital in 1986, he worked in a variety of positions at Time Warner and was a founder of Technologic Partners.

Venture focus: Information technology

Investments: Flextronics (FLEX), Google, Nightfire, PayPal, RedEnvelope, Saba Software (SABA), Shockwave, Yahoo! (YHOO). Agile Software (AGIL), Global Center (acquired by Frontier Corp (FRO), LinkExchange (acquired by Microsoft, MSFT), eGroups (acquired by Yahoo!), NeoMagic (NMGC), Quote.Com (acquired by Lycos (TRLY)), Visigenic (acquired by Borland), CenterRun, eGroups, Google, LinkExchange, NeoMagic, Nightfire Software, Paypal, redEnvelope, Saba Software, Santur, eToys, WebVan Group, and BuyProduce.com.

Only Regret: That he didn?t become a VC earlier in life.

Author: The Little Kingdom: The Private Story of Apple Computer (1984); Going for Broke: The Chrysler Story (1981).Did You Know? As a bureau chief for Time Magazine, he voted for a PC as the magazine’s “Man of the Year” during the 1980s.

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