Perlroth, Nicole
May 2011
Forbes Asia;May2011, Vol. 7 Issue 6, p100
The article reports that venture capitalist, Jim Breyer's firm, Accel Partners is a successful company after hard networking, discipline and luck. It states that Accel made a 12.7 million dollars deposit at a 98 million dollar valuation in Facebook, when the firm's last 3 funds were losing money and also missed out the all-time megadeal with Google Inc. It mentions that the 440 million dollars fund, Accel IX, is the best-performing venture capital fund.


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