With headlines full of scandals involving CEOs and billion dollar deals, names such as Enron, WorldCom, and Qwest echo through Wall Street where investors are more than a little skittish. So what happens on the other side of the business world the world of startup companies and entrepreneurs? Computer scientist and author Michael Neal provides a glimpse into this world as two young entrepreneurs navigate their way through the complex maze of venture capitalists and professional managers.
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