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A Monthly Journal for Venture Partners and Enterprise Software Executives
Vol. 1 No. 2
In This Issue
"No Magic Formulas" - CEO Spotlight: Chanan Greenberg, CEO of Privia
Questionable Corporate Behaviour: Ethics in the Boardroom
Software M&A stays hottest of Q3
Why do Companies really Fail?
"No Magic Formulas" - CEO Spotlight: Chanan Greenberg, CEO of Privia
by Angel Mehta, Managing Director, Sterling-Hoffman Management Consultants
What would convince Benchmark Capital and Venture Strategy Partners to fund a startup the day after 9/11? Somehow, entrepreneur Chanan Greenberg got it done - and Privia, a silicon valley based software company, has been thriving ever since.
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Questionable Corporate Behaviour: Ethics in the Boardroom
by Jim Matheson, Principal, Flagship Ventures
Fresh from a recent vacation visiting the historic hills of Virginia and North Carolina, Jim Matheson shares his personal thoughts on how to turn the tide of public opinion in light of the recent deluge of questionable corporate behaviour.
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Software M&A stays hottest of Q3
by Ken Bender, Managing Director, and Allen Cinzori, Associate - Software Equity Group
Software Equity Group shares their findings in their Quarterly Merger & Acquisition Analysis of the Software Industry.
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Why do Companies really Fail?
by Angel Mehta, Managing Director, Sterling-Hoffman Management Consultants
Most people talk about a 'failure to execute', but Angel Mehta argues that there is something even more fundamental behind the majority of corporate failures - especially for startups. And it has nothing to do with technology, high profile investors, or market factors. The first of a series of articles on a mission critical success factor that ranks among the lowest of business priorities.
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