Done Deals by Udayan Gupta
Venture Capitalists Tell Their Stories

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This work provides a revealing history of the venture capital industry as told through first-person accounts. It chronicles the industry's beginnings and highlights the differences between America's West and East coast firms. More than thirty leading venture capitalists - from early pioneers such as Eugene Kleiner and Arthur Rock to current top players like Geoff Yang and John Dorrer - reveal insights gleaned from their personal experiences in successful deal-making.

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Udayan Gupta is the author of Done Deals, published by the Harvard Business School Press, 2000. Udayan Gupta is a former Senior Special Writer for the Wall Street Journal. He works with small and entrepreneurial businesses and business groups and organizations to help them understand their financial information needs and develop financial and investor profiles. A graduate of Harvard College, Udayan is a Walter Bagehot Fellow in Business and Economics Journalism at Columbia University, New York. He lives in New York.
Published September 1, 2000 by Harvard Business Review Press. 448 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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With the growth of the Internet and the exploding number of startups, venture capital has become far more significant not only to the companies that benefit from the money but to investors curious about venture capitalists' analyses of the market.

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