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Good morning, all. The Wall Street Journal reports on hesitancy in the Greek private equity markets, as uncertainty looms large. Although it seems like the time for buying low and later selling high, few private equity investors are making the leap into Greek investments.

Meanwhile, Forbes discusses what startup founders wish they’d done before the M&A deal. The biggest mistakes were in preparation, which often led to messy deals. Founders most often failed to document and equity organize all NDA/IP transfers.

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This week in history…Netscape, developer of Navigator, popular software for cruising around the World Wide Web, goes public with what turned out to be the largest Initial Public Offering (IPO) in Wall Street history. The California-based company issued five million shares of stock, which were slated to trade at $28. By the close of the trading day, Netscape’s stock had zoomed up to $72 a share, which left the company with a tidy market value of $1.96 billion (1995).

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