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  • We also limited our analysis this year to venture-backed companies within the United States, Europe and Israel, with plans to publish a separate ranking later this year based exclusively on companies in Asia.

    Midas: The Methodology

  • As in prior years, our ranking formula weighed most heavily either the first-day market capitalization of a venture-backed firm at the time of its IPO, or a company's acquisition price if purchased by another corporation, giving recent exits greater weight.

    Midas: The Methodology

  • Before joining UNC Management Co., he was a two-time venture-backed entrepreneur, and an entrepreneur in residence at a Boston venture firm.

    Midas: The Methodology

  • That is because venture-backed firms tend to be less-developed businesses.

    Playing the IPO Boom

  • An analysis of 44 U.S. venture-backed companies in line to go public finds that 20 companies are at least 11 years old, while 15 are seven to 10 years old, and nine are six years old or less.

    Enterprise Dispatch

  • The time it takes for a venture-backed company to reach an IPO from its inception has increased steadily over the past decade, to a median 8.1 years, according to data from Dow Jones VentureSource.

    Enterprise Dispatch

  • VC-backed companies emanate jobs 3 times faster. 11% of all jobs have been entrance from venture-backed companies. 92% of pursuit expansion comes after IPO.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • But a long-standing issue of including venture-backed companies in the program has lawmakers divided, with many saying entrepreneurs with private-sector funding shouldn't need additional support at taxpayers' expense.

    Clothing Maker Is No Slouch

  • One quarter venture-backed, ¾ Dun & Bradstreet. 69% answered by CEOs, 12% by CTOs. 85% were brand new startups, not joint ventures or spinoffs; varied funding sources.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • The IPO Task Force builds on a two-year effort by the NVCA to reverse a sharp decline in the number of venture-backed companies tapping public markets in the U.S. The impetus for the group was a conference organized by the Treasury Department in March.

    A (Venture) Capital Idea: Ease the Road to IPOs

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