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Venture Capital and Private Equity: A Casebook
Josh Lerner, Felda Hardymon and Ann LeamonThe private equity and venture capital industry has become a leading pillar of modern investment, growing from $5 billion in 1980 to more than $530 billion in 2006. Yet many of its features remain puzzling even to advanced business students.Whether you are an MBA student, a private equity investor grappling with the industry's changes, or an investor interested in private equity as a potential investment, Venture Capital & Private Equity: A Casebook, Fourth Edition will shed light on the history and workings of this complex area and prepare you for a career in the prestigious and profitable world of venture capital and private equity.
The Masters of Private Equity and Venture Capital
Robert Finkel and David GreisingTen Leading private investors share their secrets to maximum profitability In The Masters of Private Equity and Venture Capital, the pioneers of the industry share the investing and management wisdom they have gained by investing in and transforming their portfolio companies. Based on original interviews conducted by the authors, this book is filled with colorful stories on the subjects that most matter to the high-level investor, such as selecting and working with management, pioneering new markets, adding value through operational improvements, applying private equity principles to non-profits, and much more.
Lying: Moral Choice in Public and Private Life
Sissela BokA thoughtful addition to the growing debate over public and private morality. Looks at lying and deception in law, family, medicine, government.
Organizing for Social Change 4th Edition
Bobo/Kendall/MaxNow in its fourth edition, here is the comprehensive manual for grassroots organizers working for social, racial, environmental and economic justice at the local, state and national levels. Since 1973 the Midwest Academy has trained more than 30,000 activists in progressive organizations, unions, and faith-based groups. This Midwest Academy Manual for Activists is central to its training programs and seminars, and it provides an invaluable reference source for organizers throughout their careers. Also included are anecdotes about a wide variety of real organizations working on issues concerning labor, the environment, health care, racism, immigration, peace, religion, energy, public campaign financing and more. Whatever the progressive cause, this is the manual that can help guide organizers and ensure that they continue to reach their goals with efficiency and dignity. USE IT AND ORGANIZE!
Privatopia: Homeowner Associations and the Rise of Residential Private Government
Professor Evan McKenzieA study of political and social issues posed by the rise of CIDs (common interest housing developments) in the US. The work explores the consequences of CIDs on government and argues that private, residential government has serious implications for civil liberties.
NASA and the Space Industry (New Series in NASA History)
Joan Lisa BrombergFew federal agencies have more extensive ties to the private sector than NASA. NASA's relationships with its many aerospace industry suppliers of rocket engines, computers, electronics, gauges, valves, O-rings, and other materials have often been described as "partnerships." These have produced a few memorable catastrophes, but mostly technical achievements of the highest order. Until now, no one has written extensively about them.In NASA and the Space Industry, Joan Lisa Bromberg explores how NASA's relationship with the private sector developed and how it works. She outlines the various kinds of expertise public and private sectors brought to the tasks NASA took on, describing how this division of labor changed over time. She explains why NASA sometimes encouraged and sometimes thwarted the privatization of space projects and describes the agency's role in the rise of such new space industries as launch vehicles and communications satellites.
The Insider: The Private Diaries of a Scandalous Decade
Piers MorganPiers Morgan was made editor of the News of the World, the UK's biggest-selling Sunday newspaper at the record-breaking age of 28. The decade that followed was one of the most tumultuous in modern times. In a world of indiscreet dinners, private meetings and gossipy lunches, Piers Morgan found himself in the thick of it. His diaries from this remarkable period reveal astonishing and hilarious encounters with an endless list of celebrities and politicians alike.
Home Office, Library & Den Design (Schiffer Design Books)
Tina SkinnerHere's a wonderful opportunity to lean back in your own private study and visit more than 200 private offices, dens, and libraries. If you are looking for design inspiration, this book is packed with ideas for floor layouts, paneling and shelving systems, storage systems, and color schemes. Whether you need to impress clients in your home or business park, there are ideas here for you. Work by leading architects and designers, as well a practical turn-key setups from manufacturers are represented, along with contact information to help you with you design and furnish your perfect office, library, or den.
The Foundation: A Great American Secret; How Private Wealth is Changing the World
Joel L. FleishmanPrivate foundations have been the dynamo of social change since their invention at the beginning of the last century. Yet just over 10 percent of the public knows they even exist; and for those who are aware of them, as well as even those who seek grants from them, their internal workings remain a complete mystery. Joel Fleishman knows the sector like few others, and in this groundbreaking book he explains both the history of foundations—with their fledgling beginnings in the era of the robber barons seeking social respectability—through to the present day. This book shows how, why foundations matters, and how the future of foundations can provide a vital spur to the engine of the American, and the world’s, economy—if they are properly established and run.
Transitioning Ownership in the Private Company : The ESOP Solution
David Binns, Marshal Hyman, Ron Bernstein and Martin StaubusUsing a leveraged ESOP to buy out a departing or retiring business owner is a strategy with considerable benefits for all involved. For the owner, it is a means to ‘cash out’ with potentially significant tax benefits. For employees, it creates a real ownership stake in the company. Transitioning Ownership in the Private Company illustrates the issues and decisions that are part of the complex leveraged ESOP process. It is written for entrepreneurs and business owners who may be contemplating an ‘exit strategy’ for their business.

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