Today’s great post is from Bill Burnham regarding his take on the potential tax changes how they may impact entrepreneurs as well. I think Bill makes some good points and clearly his interactive panel sounds like it was interesting, if nothing else.
Archives for September 2007
Month: September 2007
Fred Wilson from Union Square Ventures has today’s great VC post up titled How To Get Attention From Your VC. And no – the answer is not to throw your oatmeal on the floor and wave your hands around while screaming at the top of your lungs.
Ah – the joys of having super smart entrepreneurs to do our writing for us. Dick Costolo has today’s post of the day up titled No Exit. In this post, he ponders the answer to the age old question “What is your exit strategy?” I hope this – and the appropriate discussion – gets cross-posted […]
Will Herman has today’s excellent post up titled Prune and Upgrade as You Go. It starts out with a quote from one of the board members from one of his early companies: “any day, any time, you can fire a canon through the company’s building and not miss the employees taken out in the blast.” […]
One of the questions that we get most often is “why are VCs such jerks?” or some sort of derivation thereof. Specifically, people complain about: – VCs not returning calls / being unresponsive – VCs not understanding how good of an investment my company is – VCs stringing along entrepreneurs when they know they aren’t […]
Q: We’ve developed a web-based security product whose primary application was intended for the financial industry. Since inception we’ve since began pursuing two other business lines, also based on the software, that can be considered conceptually different from the product we initially brought to market. We’re debating whether we should pursue these product lines under […]