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The ups and downs of getting acquired

SmartBrief on Entrepreneurs | May 26, 2015

Entrepreneurs share their experiences with acquisitions and the conflicting emotions that go into them. "As the CEO you have a fiduciary duty to take a look at what's going to return the most value to shareholders," says Andy Byrne, who has been through four acquisitions. "As a founder, you have an emotional thing. It's your company." The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (05/26)


Teen founder finds VC funding for his app

SmartBrief on Entrepreneurs | May 26, 2015

Making the tough decision to terminate an employee

SmartBrief on Entrepreneurs | May 26, 2015

More charities invest like VCs

SmartBrief on Entrepreneurs | May 28, 2015

Startup raises funds to use drones for commercial purposes

SmartBrief on Entrepreneurs | May 28, 2015

Study failed companies, not successful ones

SmartBrief on Entrepreneurs | May 29, 2015

The power of a 5-item to-do list

SmartBrief on Entrepreneurs | May 26, 2015

Take responsibility for your own success

SmartBrief on Entrepreneurs | May 27, 2015

Looking at the data on female founders

SmartBrief on Entrepreneurs | May 27, 2015

Why presentation and enthusiasm matter for founders

SmartBrief on Entrepreneurs | May 27, 2015


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