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Venture on the Defensive

May 11, 2000 4:05 PM

Forbes: Within days, even hours, of Nasdaq's tumble, venture firms went on
the defensive, href="">slashing company
, freezing contracts with young private companies and backing out
of deals altogether. They're forcing companies to rein in costs, look for merger
candidates and scrap plans to go public.

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