Sean Parker Explains What Facebook's IPO Really Means For Startups

Sean Parker Explains What Facebook's IPO Really Means For Startups

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New Paul Graham wrote an email to Y Combinator's portfolio companies about what Facebook's underwhelming IPO meant for them. "What I do worry about is (a) it may be harder to raise money at all, regardless of price and (b) that companies that previously raised money at high valuations will now...
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