Jan 01, 2016

Venture funding for startups slows down in 2015 - SFGate

New data indicate that key segments in venture capital — the business of funding startup companies — will be down sharply for 2015, a sign that the dramatic rise in startup valuations is peaking and the funding of new ones is tapering off. [...] money reaped through exits — the sale of startups to another company or an initial public offering of stock — is projected to end the year off...

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