VCs mull disclosing LPs for greater transparency

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Venture firms usually display portfolio companies on their websites or issue news releases announcing new investments, but they are more taciturn when it comes to disclosing their fund investors. Entrepreneurs wondering who backs the funds investing in their companies often ...
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