Q&A With Jim Breyer: A Look Ahead –

By Larry Aragon — 15 years ago

<img height=”150″ src=”/vcj/images/Febcover.jpg” width=”120″ align=”right” border=”0″>Walking through the crisp offices of Accel Partners, it would be easy to confuse Managing Partner Jim Breyer with a college intern. The 41-year-old seems to have inherited the Dick Clark gene, but the boyish-looking venture capitalist has compiled a track record that is nothing short of astonishing: He’s created […]


Q&A with John Delaney and Jay Rand –

By Larry Aragon — 15 years ago

John Delaney and Jay Rand aren’t venture capitalists, but both are keenly aware of the issues facing VCs today. They are attorneys, and, lately, VCs have been spending a lot more time sitting across the table from legal counsel-whether it’s because of a potential clawback, the threat of having their private equity data made public […]


VCJ Q&A with Art Marks –

By Larry Aragon — 16 years ago

Art Marks, who retired from New Enterprise Associates in June 2001, came out of self-imposed stealth mode in April to announce that he had joined forces with two other industry vets to start a new venture firm – Valhalla Partners. Marks, 57, has been thinking about the effort for months and even went so far […]


VCJ Interview: Paul Gompers –

By Venture Capital Journal — 16 years ago

Paul Gompers specializes in research on financial issues related to venture capital and private equity funds. This month, the Harvard Business School Press will publish his new book, entitled The Money of Innovation. The book was co-authored by fellow HBS professor Josh Lerner. The past few years have seen an onslaught of books relating to […]


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