Venture Capital Journal

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Venture Capital Journal
Categories Trade magazine
Frequency Monthly
Year founded 1961
Company Argosy Group/UCG
Country United States
Based in San Francisco
Language English
ISSN 0883-2773

The Venture Capital Journal, or VCJ, is a monthly glossy magazine that covers investment trends, financing techniques and news from across the Venture Capital industry. The magazine, founded in 1961, focuses on venture capital and features expert analysis and commentary. Top venture capitalists who have been featured in VCJ include Jim Breyer, Steve Westly, John Doerr, William Henry Draper III, Timothy C. Draper, Pitch Johnson, Vinod Khosla, Ray Lane, Michael Moritz, Tom Perkins Lip-Bu Tan, Arthur Rock, Heidi Roizen, Paul Wythes, and Don Valentine.

VCJ, based in San Francisco, is published by Jim Beecher and edited by Alastair Goldfisher. The editorial staff is composed of Lawrence Aragon and Mark Boslet. The staff of VCJ also contributes to peHUB.

VCJ was acquired by UCG from Thomson Reuters in 2014.[1]


  1. ^ "Thomson Reuters sells peHUB, Buyouts, VCJ to UCG". PE HUB. Retrieved April 11, 2015. 

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