|Founder||Thomas J. Davis, Jr.|
William F. Miller
|Headquarters||Menlo Park, California, U.S.|
|Total assets||Over $3 billion|
Number of employees
|Footnotes / references|
The firm was founded in 1969 by Thomas J. Davis, Jr. Since being founded, the firm has raised over 3.9 billion USD of investor commitments across 17 private equity fund families. Since 1969, the Firm has invested in over 520 companies, resulting in over 114 IPOs and more than 160 mergers and acquisitions. The firm is headquartered on Sand Hill Road in Menlo Park, California.
The firm's most notable investments include Advent Software, Amgen, Citrix, Compaq, HashiCorp, Silicon Graphics, 3COM, Genentech, Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Sandisk, Legato Software, PlayFirst, Vantive, Pure Software, Nuance, Tibco, webMethods, Peribit, Redback Networks, Concur Technologies, 3Par, Marketo, Solarcity, Qunar, StorSimple, and Zenprise.
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