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JULY 12, 2011 [Common Stock, Deal Structure] allensblog: "Fully-Diluted"
In a deal recently, the term sheet offered by the prospective investor contained a reference to the term: "fully-diluted" The company accepted the term sheet and the lawyers drafted the documents. allensblog. Thoughts from a startup sherpa. Archives. Profile. Subscribe. Whats a Home Run (in VC-speak) » July 12, 2011. Sign Out.
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- [Common Stock, Deal Structure] The Corrosive Downside of Acquihires
couple of tech giants throw millions around in either cash (for which they have hoards) or part with some publicly traded stock
. The Aqui-hire Business Many buying companies price these deals
on the basis of $1 million per engineer on the team for an early-stage deal
. And will investors allow a deal
to happen in the first place? MORE >>
GUST [Common Stock, Deal Structure] Knowledge Is Power: Convertible Note Financing Terms, Part IV
| FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2011
In Parts II and III, we looked at commonly
used mandatory and voluntary conversion language in convertible notes. To account for scenarios in which the startup is acquired before it has a chance to complete a priced equity financing round, most term sheets and deal
documents contain a “ change in control ” provision. Not too shabby. MORE >>
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