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By Michael Krigsman on January 27, 2014
The relationship between IT and marketing is symbolic of larger changes taking place in enterprise technology. The proliferation of sophisticated end-user software, often based in the cloud, has created deep technology expertise in functional areas such as marketing. I asked the Chief Marketing Officer of LexisNexis, Steve Mann, for a snapshot of marketing innovation that intersects […]
By Derek Pilling on January 27, 2014
Restrictive covenants are standard features of venture capital, growth equity and private equity transactions although each investor type has its own standards. Restrictive covenants are the actions a company cannot take without investor approval. A short list of typical restrictive covenants includes: A sale of a Company or sale of a majority of the Company’s […]
SaaStr’s on NBC’s Press: Here on Sunday: “Deal or No Deal? When — and If — To Sell Your Company”. (Or Just Watch it Here Now).
By Jason M. Lemkin on January 27, 2014
I had a great session on NBC’s Press:Here Yesterday together with The New York Times and TechCrunch on when to sell, or not. We touched on a lot of SaaStr themes, including a personal favorite of mine — “If You Sell Your Company, You’ll Either Feel Like a Used Car Salesman — Or Like Hugo“. […]