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Private equity and venture capital[edit]

This template should be applied to articles relating to private equity and venture capital concepts

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Question about a seeming inconsistency[edit]

I noticed that the link labeled "Bootstrap funding" points to the (differently "named") article on Entrepreneurship. ("[[Entrepreneurship|Bootstrap funding]]"). I understand that there may be some story behind this -- (such as, perhaps there used to be an article on "Bootstrap funding", which no longer exists?) (and, it now "re-directs" to the article on Entrepreneurship); but I have not taken the time to study the history thereof.

Anyone care to clue me in? TIA, --Mike Schwartz (talk) 15:28, 29 October 2010 (UTC)

Template Content[edit]

Should the top section be sub-divided to accommodate strategies (there are large, mid and small-cap strategies; also buyout, growth, minority, pipe etc; also different investment theses e.g. distress, operational alpha, financial engineering, tax engineering etc). Also worth thinking about where tactics (?) like operating groups / partners, tied advisors etc sit in the taxonomy. Super useful to have these though ! — Preceding unsigned comment added by 63.92.241.89 (talk) 20:09, 10 September 2016 (UTC)