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Is venture capital dead? No, but its beginning a new cycle

Howard Anderson, who teaches courses on early-stage companies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, founded or co-founded three venture capital funds. He was a self-described financial samurai. Now, hes hanging up his sword, declining to raise new money for his funds.

Theres too much venture money pursuing too few deals. Theres nowhere for all that money to go: we cant spend the m......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 06/22/05


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