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Corporate Venture capital: grass growing from money

One way for established firms to explore new ideas is by making corporate venture capital investments. Such partnerships are more likely to be formed when the firm is pressed to do so by intense competition within its industry, or if it can successfully leverage its technological, marketing and social network resources to attract start-ups although resource-rich firms seem to be less influenced (...)

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Corporate Strategy15 May 2011

LBOs: Job Creators and Growth Stimulants?

David Thesmar, Quentin Boucly, and David Sraer show that,  contrary to popular belief, LBOs in (...)

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Alliances enable companies to take advantage of opportunities, acquire new or complementary skills (...)

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Dalhia Mani and David Knoke examine share holding ties, joint ventures, and alliances in the United (...)

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