Sequoia Capital must feel like an elephant hiding behind a telephone pole. No matter how hard it tries to conceal itself—declining media interview requests and maintaining its ban on press releases—it can’t help but draw attention. Subscribers to the Venture Capital Journal get the full image of Sequoia’s busiest year since 1999. From a survey of its actions in China and India to its intentions to penetrate the market for tech buyouts and even a look inside the mind of Michael Moritz—Subscribers can get it all here.
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