The VC on the corner

Fraser, Jill Andresky
May 2001
Inc.;May2001, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p107
Reports the decision of banks to venture into investing in private-equity deals with entrepreneurial companies in the United States. Factor that influenced the decision; Banks that followed such trend; Impact on owners of entrepreneurial ventures. INSET: Prospecting on-line.


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