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TechCrunch  32 min ago  Comment 
 Justin Caldbeck, the co-founder of Binary Capital, and Matt Mazzeo, the firm’s newest partner, have both resigned from the venture firm, according to a statement from the firm’s remaining co-founder Jonathan Teo. The statement confirms...
Financial Times  2 hrs ago  Comment 
Younger innovative enterprises may lose out if investors favour bygone era companies
The Hindu Business Line  Jun 25  Comment 
Fails to convince them about future gameplan
Forbes  Jun 25  Comment 
Following reports of the behavior by a founding member, the VC firm has also halted its latest funding drive.
The Hindu Business Line  Jun 25  Comment 
To focus on Bengaluru in phase one; Hyderabad and NCR in next phase
The Economic Times  Jun 25  Comment 
The company is in the process of filing the draft red herring prospectus (DRHP) for the proposed issue.
The Economic Times  Jun 25  Comment 
Most of the funds have been invested in the debt market by foreign portfolio investors (FPIs).
TechCrunch  Jun 24  Comment 
 In the wake of allegations of sexual harassment and the resignation of Binary Capital co-founder Justin Caldbeck, the firm has delayed closing its second fund, Axios reports. Caldbeck issued a statement saying he would take an indefinite leave...
The Economic Times  Jun 24  Comment 
Shares of HFCs have sharply re-rated in the past six months, rising 79% on an average.
TechCrunch  Jun 23  Comment 
 In May of last year, speaking on behalf of his firm, venture capitalist Justin Caldbeck of Binary Capital tweeted: “Big believers in ‘addition by subtraction’ for company culture. Bad apples impact others, and rest of team will thank you...




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Capital may consist of anything that can enhance a person's power to perform economically useful work. Investors use cash to generate income by investing in assets. [1] An investor entrusts someone else with their principal, in hopes of it yielding profits. In essence you are putting money in their vest pocket (investment), so that assets will come back in your pocket. [1]

From"deadly sin, capital offense, and to forfeit life. Principalis, first in importance, money on which interest is paid;" [2]

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  1. Wall Street Words: An A to Z Guide to Investment Terms for Today's Investor by David L. Scott. Copyright © 2003 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Company. ISBN-10: 0618176519 pg51
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