IT venture investments in the fourth quarter fell a staggering 40 percent to $2.18 billion over year-ago figures, marking the worst performance in a decade, according to a VentureSource survey.
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Liquidity generated for venture capitalists from the sales or IPOs of their portfolio companies falls sharply--to lows not seen since 2003--according to a report.
Fourth-quarter acquisitions and a smattering of IPOs throughout 2009 reflect rising confidence that bodes well for 2010, according to Dow Jones VentureSource.
Funds doled out $3.4 billion to start-ups in the fourth quarter, compared with $11.7 billion a year ago, according to a report. "Slower pace" is expected to continue this year.
U.S. venture capitalist investment plummeted 50 percent from the same quarter last year with IT hit particularly hard, VentureSource reports.
In the first three months of 2008, liquidity generated by mergers and acquisitions and initial public offerings of venture-backed U.S. companies drops to $8.2 billion, the lowest quarterly total since the fourth quarter of 2005.
Venture firms in Q2 stepped up their investments in India-based companies by about 120 percent, according to new report. China's on fire with venture firms, too.
Venture capitalists pull back sharply, shrinking U.S.-based tech deals to a level not seen in more than a decade, according to Dow Jones VentureSource.
VC investment in Web 2.0 increased in 2007, Dow Jones VentureSource says, but strip out the Facebook deal and a different picture emerges.