All signs are pointing to a recovery in 2024, and that’ll be better for some than others. The past few years have seen investors propping up mediocre portfolio companies, hoping that a little boost can help them through a tough fundraising market.
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But now investors are doing less triaging, which means lots of startups will likely run out of cash next year. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, writes Rebecca Szkutak.
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