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Bart Decrem, a Mozilla alumnus has just nailed funding for his start-up, Round Two. The company got off the ground in April 2005. The funding has come from Bessemer Ventures. It is a small round – said to be in the $0.75-to-$1.5 million range. The company […]

Bart Decrem, a Mozilla alumnus has just nailed funding for his start-up, Round Two. The company got off the ground in April 2005. The funding has come from Bessemer Ventures. It is a small round – said to be in the $0.75-to-$1.5 million range. The company is building a new Firefox browser with special focus on security initially and other add-ons later. More details later. Back in the day, Decrem co-founded Eazel, an open source start-up that was creating a UI for Linux.

  1. Round Two scores Round One

    Bart Decrem, the Mozilla employee who recently left to form his own start-up, has scored seed funding for his company, called Round Two, according to Om. The company, which started up last month, got money from Bessemer Ventures — said to be in the $0…

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  2. At least now someone knows what the business model will be, since Round Two are surely quiet on the ways they intend to make money.

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  3. [...] ) Photos (1) « Heading North Flock Such a simple idea and yet so lucrative. The Web is on the move – tighten your seat belts…. [...]

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  4. [...] ) Photos (1) « Heading North Flock Such a simple idea and yet so lucrative. The Web is on the move – tighten your seat belts…. [...]

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  5. [...] ) Photos (1) « Heading North Flock Such a simple idea and yet so lucrative. The Web is on the move – tighten your seat belts…. [...]

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  6. [...] Flock was originally called Round Two and raised money (reportedly around $1 million) from Bessemer Venture Partners. For more on the fundraising and early reports, see Om Malik and SiliconBeat. [...]

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  7. [...] Flock was originally called Round Two and raised money (reportedly around $1 million) from Bessemer Venture Partners. For more on the fundraising and early reports, see Om Malik and SiliconBeat. [...]

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