The Down Round [Entire Series]

For most of the past decade, Silicon Valley has been booming. But in 2016, fear seeped into the market. Unicorns suddenly had to prove their worth. Companies that had raised hundreds of millions of dollars began quietly folding. Investors wondered whether a long-anticipated downturn had finally arrived.

Yet even as some startups began to disappear, venture funds raised record amounts. What happened and what’s next? We’ll explore these questions and many more in “The Down Round.”

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3 thoughts on “The Down Round [Entire Series]

  1. These VCs are delusional, ''startups not going public, behavioral problem''…bloated valuations and investing in monopolized areas 😉 … You got Google doing 2000 patents/year, Microsoft and IBM over 10k patents… Google, Amazon, Microsoft and Apple building ecosystems (covering everything) they got over 1 trillion in cash, aggressive competitive tactics and patenting everything.. Your startups got no earnings because there is no regulation with aggressive monopolized ''making the world a better place'' businesses.

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