We’ve written plenty in the past about choice of entities and which ones might make sense for your particular business, but today we found a cool chart that really summarizes nicely. Enjoy.
Archives for November 2008
Month: November 2008
Our friend Amy Hartman, who recently started her own law firm specializing in employment matters wrote a great piece called "Feel the Burn." It’s a very informative, yet easy to read piece on strategies for cutting your company’s burn rate during these challenging times. Most of her advice is with her employment law hat on, […]
Fred Wilson has today’s great post up titled Portfolio Screens. This is the second post that describes how Fred is thinking about his portfolio right now and follows another great post of Fred’s titled The Survival Matrix. The size of the balls represents the amount invested in each company (the picture above is of […]
Today’s two great VC posts are from David Cowan and Stu Phillips. David writes on The Prospects for SaaS. He also discusses his mixed experience with his squash gnocchi. Stu writes on The other side of cost cutting. While cutting costs is important if you are trying to become profitable, Stu suggests that everyone should […]
Early this year Jeff Boardman approached me and Jason about a new web site he was working on called LearnVC. His goal was to build a web-based resource about venture capital for entrepreneurs and investors. As part of this, he asked if he could use content from AsktheVC and from Feld Thoughts as long as […]