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Tech investing isn’t what it used to be — even compared to six months ago. Investors are applying greater scrutiny to deals. Founders are realizing they can’t favor growth over profitability, or vice-versa — both are crucial to success. There’s a reason VCs are calling for “a return to fundamentals” — they don’t want to see newly minted… Read More
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