How Venture Capital Incentives Promote Zombie Companies

How Venture Capital Incentives Promote Zombie Companies

By Sathvik Tantry It feels like every other day: Another company raises a massive round of funding. We tend to assume that a company that’s raising money must be doing well. However, the truth is that venture capital funds’ incentives drive them to fund companies that should have folded long ago. These “zombie companies” are money pits, ultimately shrinking the returns of entire funds… Read More

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