When you think of a private company, you traditionally think of 2 options for liquidity: IPO or Acquisition. No longer is either one of those a short-term reality if it’s going to be a lucrative exit for startups and their investors. Shareholders hold on to their stock hoping to have a successful exit in a reasonable time frame. Employees take reduced salaries knowing that most of their compensation will come when they ring the bell on Wall Street. Finally, for public market investors, they have to figure out which companies can still squeeze out growth from their sky high valuations…

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