Resources and Links
This page contains links to websites and blogs that I find useful, grouped by topic.
Private Equity and Venture Capital
Pro Rata. A daily newsletter / news service from Dan Primack at Axios. One of my go-to sources of information in the private equity industry.
Term Sheet. A daily private equity news service from Fortune. Also available as a daily email.
PEHub.com. A daily private equity news service from Thomson Reuters.
DealBook. The NY Times resource for Mergers & Acquisitions, Investment Banking, Private Equity, Hedge Funds, IPOs, Venture Capital and Legal/Regulatory Matters.
Above the Crowd. A blog by Bill Gurley of Benchmark Capital.
Feld Thoughts. A blog by Brad Feld, Managing Director of Foundry Ventures.
A VC. The blog by Fred Wilson of Union Square Ventures.
Both Sides of the Table. A blog by Mark Suster of GRP Partners.
Andreessen Horowitz. The a16z.com website has lots of information useful to entrepreneurs and direct investors.
The Institutional Limited Partner Association (ILPA). The ILPA website has lots of resources for investors in private equity and venture capital funds, as well as GPs.
National Venture Capital Association (NVCA). A venture capital trade group. The website has lots of useful information about the venture capital industry.
Techmeme. A technology news aggregation site that I check regularly.
TechCrunch. A news website / blog covering the tech sector.
AllThingsD.com. The Wall Street Journal's site for technology and digital media.
VentureBeat. News on technology, innovation and venture-backed companies.
GigaOM. Tech news and trends.
Initial Public Offerings (IPOs)
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Searchable database for company filings for IPO registrations (Form S-1, S-1/A, 424B4), quarterly reports (10-Q) and annual reports (10-K).
Renaissance Capital. Website has detailed information on upcoming and recently priced IPOs.
Corporate Finance and Valuation
Damodaran Online. Aswath Damodaran, Professor of Finance at the Stern School of Business at New York University, is the guru of valuation. He received his MBA and Ph.D degrees from UCLA, and he was the Teaching Assistant for an economics course I took as an undergraduate at UCLA. I still have the handouts from his review sessions! I ran into Prof. Damodoran a few years ago at a conference and had a nice moment reminiscing about this. His site has all sorts of information on valuation.
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