Who profits when VC-backed companies are sold?

Research shows that, in some cases, common investors receive almost no return when their companies are sold if they are backed by venture capital. However, founders might be able to protect themselves from a similar fate by negotiating to retain a greater degree of control of their companies when accepting venture-capital funding, according to professors Brian Broughman and Jesse Fried.

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