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Economist Andrew Patton parses the mysteries of the stock market.
By DONALD J.
This is a guest post by Vivek Wadhwa, an entrepreneur turned academic. He is a Visiting Scholar at UC-Berkeley, Senior Research Associate at Harvard Law School and Executive in Residence at Duke University.
Have you ever seen a business plan with hockey stick revenue projections? It’s common for VCs to receive business plans showing sales growing from 0 to $100m in the first 5 years of a company’s life. In fact, growth conversations between VCs and management teams often cause angst.
Wall Street banks have had profitable quarters.
Barron's is out with their annual hedge fund 100 list and we wanted to post up all the media relating to it.
http://viewer.docstoc.com/ Startup Building 101 – Last night I posted the video of Mint CEO Aaron Patzer’s 45 minute presentation on building startups from the ground up. If you are an aspiring startup entrepreneur, you’ll want to watch that more than a few times.
THE FOREST, THE TREES AND THE BAG FEES By Joe Brancatelli April 23, 2009 -- When I talk to an airline executive, I'm usually the one ranting about a stupid trick or unfair policy that the carrier has imposed. But not a couple of weeks ago. In the middle of a conversation about cabbages and kings and meaningless things, an airline guy I speak to frequently went off on "ancillary revenue," the airline-industry euphemism for inventing fees for everything from checked luggage to in-flight coffee.
My buddy at Redfin , Glenn Kelman, decided he wanted to bare his financial soul so that other entrepreneurs could get greater insight into the witchcraft called financial modeling. In this two-part posting, he reveals his numbers and his lessons. They are eye-opening for most entrepreneurs.
WallStreet Journal Scholars Link Success of Firms To Lives of CEOs Wednesday September 5, 2007 4:08 am ET By Mark Maremont
Posted on Friday, Mar 9th 2007 Gone are the days when entrepreneurs boasted at cocktail parties about how many million dollars they have raised for their startups.
Posted by Allan Brown, Director, Recognition & HR Systems We work hard to attract and retain the world's best talent in a number of ways, and a part of that is offering competitive compensation packages.
From Asia Times Online :
Lesson from Khosla: Take < $1M in venture capital