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Venture capital has finally shaken off the stigma of the dot-com bubble--but that doesn't necessarily mean that skies are a cloudless blue for companies seeking funding, or for venture capitalist firms themselves.
Information technology companies received over 60% of the $12 billion in venture capital investments in 1998.
Opposing it were academic economists and the National Venture Capital Association, a small trade group whose industry is threatened by the bill's subsidies.
The funding was co-lead by BDC Venture Capital, the Working Opportunity Fund, managed by GrowthWorks Capital, two of Canada's largest venture capital firms and Shoreline Venture Management.
In Andrew Metrick's Venture Capital and the Finance of Innovation, future and current Venture Capitalists will find a useful guide to the principles of finance and the financial models that underlie Venture Capital decisions.
This latest round of funding with top names of the Venture Capital industry further validate INSIDE's vision, technology, and ability to capitalize on the market opportunities that we've been pioneering in the last few years," said Remy de Tonnac, CEO of INSIDE Contactless.
com/reports/c39150) has announced the addition of Venture Capital in the Energy Industry 6th Edition to their offering.
BDC Venture Capital led the funding round, with participation from existing investors Covington Capital and Skypoint Capital.