The A-List: 2006's Trend-Shaping Series A Financings
This article was originally published in Start Up
2006's most intriguing Series As reflect VCs' continued emphasis on risk reduction through reprofiling in biotech, and big gains in funding for diagnostics and device start-ups.
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