/// Omniture’s Former CEO: $10,000 Says You Can’t Guess My New Company’s Name

June 14, 2011  |  All Things Digital


Remember how Josh James, the former CEO of Omniture, left Adobe to start a mysterious new company, for which he was found to be raising a boatload of venture capital money? Of course you do . When we last looked in on his efforts to fund this new venture, James had raised $1 million from Andreessen Horowitz, and had also gotten a commitment from Ron Conway’s SV Angel, both as part of a seed round worth more than $5 million. On top of that, he’s already pretty far along in raising a Series A round, and Benchmark Capital had already committed up to $30 million. Remember also that though he had acquired Corda Technologies , a company based in Lindon, Utah, near his home, he said that company was to be the basis for the new one, only with a much bigger vision? The thing is, he hadn’t decided on what to name the new venture. Well now, he’s apparently decided on the name, but he’s just not ready to tell the world yet

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Omniture’s Former CEO: $10,000 Says You Can’t Guess My New Company’s Name



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