The venture capital industry continues to correct itself as it comes out from under a bubble created at the turn of the 21st Century.
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Small businesses could have access to more capital if they qualify for venture exchange markets that would be created under the Main Street Growth Act.
Startup investors are welcoming news that early stage valuations on these backed companies was downgraded to an average of $16 million at the end of last year.
Early-stage angel investors tend to invest in companies they can reach by car in less than half of a day. But today, some investors with similar interests or backgrounds are banding together to back early startups together.
Venture capitalists may not be the biggest fans of Prince but they're sure hoping for a return to the days of 1999.
Companies that are backed by venture capital funds have risen sharply in value over the last two years, according to recent data.
Online angel investor sites have changed the way that angel investors are calculating what investments in startups will pay off.
New startup hubs may be springing up all across the country. But that has done little to dilute the out-sized dominance of Silicon Valley Venture Capital. Check out the numbers and see how, for startups seeking VC fundraising, Silicon Valley may be more important than ever.
Entrepreneurs around the globe are looking for potential investors in their ideas or their companies. If you're looking to invest and have considered backing a young startup, be wise in the projects which you choose.
Venture capital investing has changed in just a short amount of time. Here's how the market differs today than from the beginning of the decade.
In the evolving world of crowdfunding equity investment, there's still a world of difference between the options accredited and non-accredited investors have open to them. Professor of entrepreneurial studies Scott Shane explains further in this piece about where things stand.