Startup Sans Web Site: $2M?

March 2009
Red Herring;3/13/2009, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports on the funding generated by New York City-based Hunch.com, according to a regulatory filing. The startup's website provides no clues as to what Hunch.com does. Hunch is an online decision engine founded by Chris Dixon, a former Bessemer associate. Rob Stavis of Bessemer Ventures Partners, has joined the company's board, along with Hemant Taneja of General Catalyst Partners.


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