In Case You Missed It: Launch Links - Week of April 9, 2017
Some interesting links we found across the web this week:
Know Your Limits: Understanding Your Term Sheet’s Exclusivity Provision
Before going exclusive with a VC, should understand this key provision in any . WilmerHale’s Stephanie Evans and Tim Hultzman explain how exclusivity works in most financing .
No Fast Lanes: What the Tech Industry Just Told the FCC About Net Neutrality
Even big tech companies are turning down a chance to live life in the fast lane. Fortune looks at why internet giants like Google, Facebook, and Netflix still support net neutrality and the Open Internet Order.
What Will Happen When Your Company’s Algorithms Go Wrong?
We all make mistakes, but the consequences can be big when the AI or machine learning behind your innovative new product or service messes up. Harvard Business Review analyzes the risks of algorithms gone wrong.
Tech exits in Q1 2017: IPOs and M&A remain strong
Despite a slow-down in early-stage funding, many have still found an exit pursued by a . Venture Beat reviews tech M&A and IPOs in Q1 2017.
Boston Founders Have the Ideal Startup Temperament, New Survey Says
An attitude of work hard, play nice places Boston-based founders above their Silicon Valley counterparts in a study released by the Founder Institute.
Links compiled by Bill Warren.