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Want to catch up on what your colleagues found most interesting on peHUB this week? Here are the blog posts written by our staff this week that garnered the most pageviews from our regular readers from April 11 to April 15.
No. 1: Slideshow: Top 10 Buyout/Mezzanine Funds Raised in Q1
No. 2: Slideshow: Ten Largest Buyout Deals Of Q1
No. 3: Slideshow: Ten Largest U.S. VC Deals for Q1
No. 4: Which University Is No. 1 for Midas List Members?
No. 5: Eight Up And Coming VCs Worth Knowing
No. 6: Preqin Estimates 183 PE Shops Going Out of Business
No. 7: If Mark Zuckerberg Duped Investors, Are They On the Hook (and Other Answers to Your Questions)
No. 8: Q&A Houlihan’s Adelson: PE Firms are the New Conglomerates
No. 9: Did Zipcar’s Underwriters Just Give It the Shaft? Yes, and No; Here’s Why
No. 10: Angel Investing In 2010 Shows Signs Of An Inflating Bubble
If your grad school was the only determining factor in getting onto Forbes magazine’s Midas List of top venture capitalists, which school should you attend?
A.) Harvard Business School
B.) Stanford Business School
Last week, Forbes published its Midas List of venture investors with Jim Breyer of Accel Partners edging out Sequoia’s Michael Moritz and Greylock’s Reid Hoffman for the top spot. This closely followed list of VC moneymen has become something of a Who’s Who of the business. Its focus is the highest-profile GPs with the best […]Continue
Back after a two-year hiatus, Forbes’ Midas List of venture investors notes how the investment markets have changed. The secondary trading of private company shares is now a big deal, and micro-cap funds play a bigger role in early-stage financing. Overseas, competition heightened at precisely the moment that financial worries tripped up Western economies. Despite […]Continue