Done Deals: Venture Capitalists Tell Their Stories
Harvard Business School Press, 2000 - Всего страниц: 415
Arguably today's hottest industry, venture capital is a dynamic engine of wealth creation that has contributed both to America's soaring economy and to its undisputed technological dominance. Over the past fifty years, venture capital has helped finance the formation of almost every major technology company in the United States, while mushrooming from a small group of companies managing millions of dollars to a booming industry managing close to $100 billion. The growth of the Internet has triggered an exponential explosion of returns on investments, with expectations pushing ever higher. Yet, in spite of the significant media attention the venture capital world has attracted, an air of mystery still surrounds the industry and its kingmakers. In 'Done Deals', Udayan Gupta provides a revealing history of this phenomenal industry as told through first-person accounts of its most influential players. Organized into five parts, the book chronicles the industry's humble beginnings and extraordinary present, highlights the key differences between West Coast and East Coast firms, and presents a vision of the future as told by industry veterans.
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