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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“. […]
By Chris Yeh on September 19, 2009
When I heard about Mint’s sale to Intuit for $170 million, I never imagined that it would be controversial. I posted my congratulations to the friends who made money in the deal, and moved on. It’s been a busy week, and I haven’t been keeping up with Twitter and RSS, so imagine my surprise to […]
By Zoli Erdos on September 18, 2009
Nothing, IMHO. But there’s a new debate on whether the Mint / Intuit deal was a good deal, or selling short-sightedly. I’m with Eric @CloudAve and Sarah @ TechCrunch in their call to “move past this incrementalism and start thinking big” – they just use Mint as a trigger to a good thought process. But […]