Venture capital losing its clout in Web circles

05/15/2009 | NYTimes.com

With cloud computing and rentable hardware driving down the costs of starting up a Web company, venture capital is becoming less important for online entrepreneurs, according to a new paper by Santa Clara University business professor Robert Hendershott. In fact, the trend has led to more founders selling off their companies, rather than investing additional time and money on the riskier proposition of taking them public.

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