"Venture capital backers are getting friendlier. In the past four years, the deal terms they've been handing start-up companies have shifted in favor of fledgling companies, says a new survey released by Dow Jones VentureOne's. Indeed, new deal terms offer improved liquidation preferences and decreased percentages of investor ownership, noted the study, which surveyed 350 executives.
The data provider attributes the shift to increased competition among VCs that are vying for the most promising entrepreneurs."
Friday, November 10, 2006
VC Deals More Company-Friendly - - CFO.com
VC Deals More Company-Friendly - - CFO.com: