From Forbes and MGI Research: The Future of Venture Capital, Tech Valuations and the Fate of Tech Incumbents: Conversation with Bill Janeway:
Igor Stenmark: Let us focus a bit on the venture capital industry. Do you think the venture industry today is innovative enough? What needs to happen so that this industry keeps its momentum and relevance?
Venture capitalist Neil Shen, who made the 2011 edition of the Forbes China Rich List, has added membership on a second Forbes list to his accolades:?? the 2012 Forbes Midas List. The list measures which venture capitalists are creating the best returns for their investors.?? (Click here for an explanation of Midas List methodology.) Shen, ...
Once again the number of Midas List newcomers has dropped, dwindling from 19 last year to 15 on today’s List. As the top 100 names in tech grow increasingly familiar, it becomes apparent that the Midas List, too, is growing more concentrated among the top performing firms—a trend that reflects [...]
The Midas List always has its critics. This year is no exception. When you have a list of the top 100 tech investors in a competitive industry, there's bound to be disagreement about who made it and who didn't. Here are the top gripes about FORBES' 2102 Midas List.
We're two months away from publishing our annual Midas List of tech's 100 top venture investors, the definitive ranking of risk-taking in technology, and our inboxes are already filling up with venture firms graciously reminding us of what an amazing year they've had. The Midas ranking looks back at five year's [...]
Five women were honored on this year's Midas List, Forbes' annual list of the top 100 venture capitalists. No, they're not a big group, but they're breaking down barriers for the coming generation of investors. Read on for our exclusive interviews with them.