Can "zombie" startups get back on track?

03/21/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

An increasing number of companies can be classified as "zombie" startups, which means they have enough cash to survive for the moment but aren't growing fast enough to reach the next level. Businesses in this position are using a number of different tactics, which include working with restructuring firms and teaming up with other stalled companies. Some young companies are benefiting from the trend by acquiring valuable assets from troubled startups.

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