venture capitalism

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capitalism that invests in innovative enterprises (especially high technology) where the potential profits are large

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Since then it has drawn significant investment from real estate and venture capitalism heavyweights as far afield as France Singapore and Malaysia.
Long recognized as the guide to executive pay, the new edition is an impressive, 1,000-page magnum opus, fully updated to address important changes regarding boards of directors' responsibilities, shifts in stakeholder power, venture capitalism, and laws such as Dodd-Frank and health care reform.
Shekra combines the advantages of conventional crowdfunding, angel investing, venture capitalism, as well as, philanthropic contributions and mentorship provisions.
Eureeca demystifies the world of venture capitalism for small investors by offering them increased investment opportunities in different business sectors.
Venture capitalism is always risky, but its rewards translate not into mere ballot-box victories for one party or another, but a change for the better in the climate that influences policy at every stratum, no matter who the president is.
Chapter 5 goes on to explore venture philanthropy's role in shaping urban education by examining the effects of involving venture capitalism in public policy as an example of the neoliberal agenda.
This, then, may have represented venture capitalism and angel investing in its primary form.
Venture capitalism is a way of taking risk for big profits.
Making its beta debut in Dubai, Eureeca offers an alternative to traditional venture capitalism that will support entrepreneurial enterprise from start-up to global expansion of home-grown brands.
Very watchable with an edge of violence, until Loach seems to lurch into the whisky world of illegal venture capitalism.
Crowdfunding has its roots in charities, but with the growth of social networking and online communities, it has evolved into a new kind of micropayment venture capitalism.
MITT Romney has emerged largely unscathed in the latest debate among a shrinking field of Republican hopefuls launching attacks on his moderate political record and career in venture capitalism.
Many of its biggest employers appear to have been founded well before the dawn of high-tech venture capitalism.
He also underlined the importance of joint projects of universities and industry, establishment of technology parks, business incubation and venture capitalism, etc.
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