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Companies have gotten increasingly creative at trying to avoid being considered less valuable, particularly when investors seek to unload their stakes, either out of disenchantment or because they need the cash for something else. This has sparked a sort of tug of war between investors and founders over the information needed to decide how much a company is worth. Hema Parmar and Next Round Capital Managing Partner Ken Smythe discuss on Bloomberg Television.
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