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Wharton’s Pavel Zryumov explores the fundraising process in both hot and cold markets to learn how those conditions impact firm decision-making.
In collaboration with EY
A tiny economy geographically distant from China, Israel is counting on its innovative prowess to make itself strategically important to the Asian powerhouse.
Pre-IPO tech valuations are looking frothy. But there are important differences between today's tech valuation environment and the dot-com bust of 2000.
Investors are much more likely to be receptive to business pitches from attractive male entrepreneurs than from “average Joes,” Wharton’s Laura Huang finds.
Crowdfunding is proving capable of taking on commercial real estate deals worth less than $10 million. Is it just a matter of time before it moves up the ladder and[…]
The stage looks set for IPOs to perform well in 2015 outside the U.S., including in parts of Latin America, Asia and in China.
Look for private equity to start 2015 strong, given recent high levels of IPOs and M&As.
It is often assumed that in social impact investing, investors must sacrifice financial returns for the sake of social progress. A new Wharton study is testing that assumption.
Many start-ups have a surplus of capital these days, but experts warn that too much money — and too much investor control over the enterprise — can inhibit their success.