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Venture Capital Financing: Structure and Pricing

"A venture financing can be structured using one or more of several types of securities ranging from straight debt to common stock."

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Socialism: A Broader Explanation

IntroductionThe term "Socialism," as well as "Communism," has come to allow the meaning of a broad amount of societies and governments. Loosely, Socialism means government (or public) control of the economy and business to a certain extent. I have met members of various Socialist parties of all nations who have turned this loose definition into something more specific. Some go as far as to postulate that the end of government will be replaced with Democracy, while others devise "free societies" with abolishment of money and making everything free, while still others believe in Participatory Economics and not working if you desire not to (while still receiving the benefits of working, such as pay). Many of these Socialists, though, understand how broad a term "Socialism" is, and have more thoroughly described their idea of the mechanics of their Utopian societies.

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Venture Leasing - A Smarter Way To Build Enterprise Value

In 2003, venture ... and ... dispense over $18 billion to ... young US ... ... to ... and Ernst & Young ... Venture Capital Report. Less ... and re

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Venture Leasing: Startup Financing On the Rise

... to ... Coopers, ... by ... venture ... in startups grew from less than $3.0 billion at the ... of the 1990’s to over $106 billion in 2000. Although

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Of Regulatory Law

I imagine that most of my readership will be familiar with the term "regulatory law," or at least its definitions, and if not that, then at least its currently existing examples. When I speak of regulatory law, I am speaking of laws imposed (either by a collective will or by coercion of a ruler) on the public, which seek to regulate certain activities in order to prevent certain corruption, excesses, and other undesirable effects. A regulation is not a prohibition -- it doesn't cut off the stream, so much as it narrows the channel. The idea behind a regulatory law is that to cut it off completely, or to let it flow unhindered, that both of these extreme policies are either impractical, impossible, or produce more harm than good.

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How Venture Leasing Added Millions To A Startup’s Equity Value

Venture leasing had literally created millions of dollars for Berman’s shareholders.

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Practical Applications of Society in an Anarcho-Communist Community

Dedication... To my street brother Twitch ("Brent Ballzner" to the police departments and governments)... The man who taught me how to fight with a butterfly knife, who always had my back wherever I went, and though he had lived on the fringes of poverty all of his existence, he will always be rich with friends, and his heart will never be bankrupt... And when I was taken from my prison tier, to go to trial, I looked into the court room, and I saw my brother Twitch, holding my trench coat and smiling at me, letting me know that nobody stole it from the squat... And there are few times I have ever been so cheered up.

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Profit: Its Social Motivation and Function

The Economic Function of Profit Profit serves primarily as an economic idea. If a merchant were to purchase a single loaf of bread for one dollar and to sell it for two dollars, that would be a single dollar of profit, or what many economists would call a 100% profit return. What does money translate to for the merchant?

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What is a Venture capitalist and How to Use Him to Your businesses Advantage?

There are many ways that you can finance your business, but one of the best among them is to seek venture capital. However, this gives rise to one of the most common questions - "What is a venture capitalist?". In this article, I will try to answer y..

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The Meaning of Social Justice

"The Meaning of Social Justice," by Punkerslut, from http://www.punkerslut.com

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Concepts of Socialism

Introduction - What Is Socialism? Socialism is the belief that children should not have to go to sleep hungry at night. Socialism is the belief that sweatshops are an abomination to the ethic of humaneness. Socialism is the belief that no man should worry about their family's welfare because of a boss replacing the older employees with younger ones. Socialism is the belief that everyone should get paid as much money as they deserve for their job, the belief that we should not have to crawl through each day, the belief that other people should not be the ones in control of our lives. Between the crevices of the individual personality, Socialism arises as naturally as a desire to be affectionate. It arises in ourselves, like any characteristic, this one being dedicated to fairness. Socialism is the belief that cruelty is a vice and kindness is a virtue. This is Socialism.

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The Anarchist Versus the Statist

Part 1: Socialism is the Great Reform "...one cannot by fair dealing, and without injury to others, satisfy the nobles, but you can satisfy the people, for their object is more righteous than that of the nobles, the latter wishing to oppress, whilst the former only desire not to be oppressed." -- Niccolo Machiavell, "The Prince," chapter 9

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What is the Relationship Between Capitalism and the State?

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Women and Capitalism: Are You Making The Grade?

Do you ever wonder what it really means to be a capitalist? The word alone conjures up thoughts of wealth and freedom. My featured article today takes a look at the capitalist class. What is it they are doing to get into this desirable group of people?

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