19 November 2014

Early-Stage Tech Companies, Investment Bankers

In Silicon Valley, Mergers Must Meet the Toothbrush Test - NYTimes.com: "“Bankers do two things well: financial evaluation and negotiation,” said Richard E. Climan, a partner at the law firm Weil, Gotshal & Manges who often works with companies to complete deals where no banks are involved. “But there’s a feeling that investment bankers might not be so important on the evaluation of early-stage tech companies.”"

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