To survive a downturn, take the bad ‘E’ out of Entrepreneur


VCJ venture Guest Column Entrepreneur Ego
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By Tim Schigel, Refinery Ventures The mid-1990s through the early 2000s were an exciting time for entrepreneurs and investors as prices for internet startups soared. Then the bottom fell out of internet stocks and the dot-com bust reverberated through the ...

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