Why entrepreneurs ought not squander their equity

11/15/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

The examples of Internet companies such as Zynga and Groupon demonstrate the importance for entrepreneurs to hold on to as much equity as possible while searching for funding. "[E]ntrepreneurs need to play chess and look three moves ahead. The decisions they make at the beginning can have wide ramifications, not only for their future success but their profits," Steven Davidoff writes.

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