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VentureOne Conference (verdict: kinda bad)

Managing events is a hassle but if you don't do a good job no one will come back.

By February 27, 2008


Are VentureOne's three wheels better than four?

Venture Vehicles, yet another entry in the alternative-car market, plans a motorcycle-car crossbreed to market in 2009. Photos: Rollin' with a three-wheeler

By October 30, 2007


VentureOne: A new angle on hybrids

Venture Vehicles announces details of its VentureOne three-wheeled hybrid car.

By February 16, 2007


Media firm makes VentureOne latest buy

The research firm will become a subsidiary of Wicks Business Information, which has been on an acquisition spree during the past 18 months.

By September 24, 2001


VC rebound: Don't set your watch

It's not about when the venture capital market will be strong again, says VentureOne Vice President Diana Robinson. It's about the gradual evolution of the venture business toward a less-volatile status quo.

June 3, 2002


Is the VC depression lifting?

VentureOne CEO David Witherow offers a cautious yes, pointing to gathering evidence that the worst venture capital drought in recent history is over.

March 12, 2002


Start-up IPOs dive in 2001

The initial public offerings of venture capital-backed companies post the lowest returns in seven years, according to VentureOne.

January 7, 2002


Electronics industry is hot spot for CEO pay

Chief executives in the electronics industry are getting the best pay among private, venture-backed technology companies, according to a VentureOne study.

By September 18, 2001


Tech company valuations hold steady

Valuations for venture-backed technology companies hold steady in the second quarter after three straight quarters of declines, a VentureOne report says.

By August 29, 2001


NetCommerce acquiring IPO-geared firm

Irving, Texas-based holding company NetCommerce announced plans Friday to acquire The Rockwell Group, a Miami-based law firm specializing in taking companies public and structuring acquisitions and financings. The two companies have signed a letter of intent that would give NetCommerce, which buys interest in e-commerce and other Internet companies, an 80 percent stake in The Rockwell Group. The acquisition by 13-year-old NetCommerce, formerly known as Virtual Enterprises, comes as the demand for IPOs shrivels. Only five companies managed to launch IPOs during the first quarter of 2001, raising an anemic $467.5 million, according to venture research company VentureOne. That was the first time in two years that less than $1 billion was raised during a quarter.

May 4, 2001