How Many Angels is Too Many? It Depends on the Founders

How Many Angels is Too Many? It Depends on the Founders

By Connie Loizos Yesterday, the New York Times published a smart landscape piece about the growing ubiquity of angel investing in Silicon Valley, where everyone with money wants to pour at least some of it into a startup – preferably one that has already received the blessing of a better-known investor or ten.
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