NY Times: “Silicon Valley is littered with hundreds of former start-ups trapped inside larger technology companies that are no longer happy with the ventures they snapped up in the acquisitions frenzy of the 1990′s. Now a pair of Silicon Valley-based venture capitalists have opened an unusual $250 million fund intended to buy and rehabilitate such companies, which Terry Garnett, one of the two founders, calls ‘the orphaned and the unloved.’”

via TJ’s Weblog.

Originally posted by Dane Carlson on May 18, 2004 in Ideas.

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