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The votes are in, and “growth capital” is the moniker that peHUB readers would choose to replace “private equity” as the name of the industry.
With the recent rash of bad news, as well as ongoing problems like the European debt crisis, we’re wondering how you feel about the business climate for the second half of the year. Please let us know by taking our quick poll.
Early results for our latest poll show that most peHUB readers have no plans to buy shares in the world’s most popular social network, with many of them saying Facebook is overvalued. What do you think?
Perpetually bullish Silicon Valley venture capitalists are more optimistic than those who live outside their bubble, according to a peHUB poll.
Venture capitalists got off to a slow start, but they will be more active this year than they were last year, according to a poll of peHUB readers.
So, who’s tops in the East Coast VC debate? Beantown took the hardware this time.
By a pretty sizeable margin, in fact, Boston legged out New York in peHUB’s weekly poll. On Thursday, we asked: Which of the two cities reigns supreme as the capital of East Coast VC?
Nearly 59%, of respondents picked our neighbors to the north while only 41.5% chose New York. The responses, however, foreshadow that the Big Apple could one day…
Having rescued American banks in the financial crisis of 2008 and 2009, the Federal Reserve is now stepping up to rescue Europe’s banks in their sovereign crisis.
Now, this is being billed as a joint action by …
What are you thankful for?
That was the question we posed to our readers this Thanksgiving holiday. The poll generated a bigger response than I expected. I really thought everyone would be too busy eating, watching football or resting on their couch to vote.
Anyway, it turns out that 59.1% of voters are most thankful for their or their family’s health. Roughly one-fifth, or 18.2%, is happy they have a job. The surprise vote? Nearly 11% are thankful that the McRib is back. And 4.5% are glad the IPO window has opened up a bit.