There needs to be a book written about the cyclical nature of Silicon Valley.
Oh wait, I’m getting a BBM…
…there ARE books on this??
Of course, there are a tra-zillion books on the ups and downs of Sand Hill Road. But why don’t people take advantage of these peaks and dips?!
We are just now coming out of a triple-dip recession. I love Sarbanes-Oxley because it artificially suppressed the economy, causing it to dip lower and longer.
I love Sarbanes-Oxley because it tricks dumb VCs into thinking only M&A. I’m thinking that inside of 10 years, companies can go public for less than $10k in regulatory costs and less than $200k in revenue.
Because legislation is cyclical too, and Sarbanes-Oxley will go away.
Gawd, I hope the new law has my last name in it, too.
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