VCs Don’t Play Well With Others

I am quoted in a Matt Richtel piece in today’s NY Times on the fun at Invesco Private Capital, which has lost, in three months, four of the six senior investing partners. My take: This is mostly an all-too-common culture clash between a corporate venturing group and its parent. VCs just don’t play well with others.

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