- n. Plural form of start-up.
“In the parlance of start-ups that is rephrased: Is it better to do a start-up that requires $3 million in capital and grows to $20 million in annual sales; or one that needs $30 million to get to $100 million?”
“Consider the immigrant record on technology start-ups, which is summarized in a 2009 Kauffman Foundation study, "Foreign-Born Entrepreneurs.”
“Investors have shied away from chip companies because they take more time and money to gestate than other start-ups.”
“These include employees from small downtown start-ups and lawyers from nearby firms like Morrison & Foerster LLP, where Pampas co-owner Masumi Reynders , who is now a Google Inc. executive, used to work.”
“Mr. McNealy, 56 years old, who served as Sun Microsystems' CEO for 22 years until 2006 and was chairman when the company was acquired by Oracle Corp. for $7.4 billion in 2010, now sits on the board of education nonprofit Curriki.org and advises several start-ups.”
“Silicon Valley tends to be a leader in new breakout segments," says Matt Murphy , a partner at Kleiner Perkins that manages the iFund, which funds start-ups that make mobile applications for iPads, iPhones and iPad Touches.”
“More mobile app start-ups and more money from venture-capital firms are also flowing in.”
“But these start-ups are building social services and have lots of data about their users and "the market is valuing that mightily right now.”
“These rich valuations have led other start-ups to explore public offerings, bankers said.”
“Y Combinator, a Mountain View investment company that helped lead a new wave of early-stage financing, has funded 317 start-ups since 2005, and at least 250 of their CEOs were under 30, estimates Paul Graham , a partner in the firm.”
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