All signs point to a recovery in 2024, which will be better for some companies than others. Investors have been propping up mediocre portfolio companies over the past few years, hoping a little boost could help them survive a tough funding market.
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But now investors have less work to sort through, which means many startups may run out of cash next year. Rebecca Scutak writes that this isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
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