Selina Troesch – We constantly seek data to support our hypothesis that a well-run corporate venture capital (“CVC”) unit provides the parent corporation with a variety of benefits. In January, we published a study of the stock price performance of U.S. companies with CVC units compared to the performance of the market. That initial analysis showed that the median U.S. corporation with an active venture capital unit grew its share price approximately 30% more than its respective market index over a period of about a decade. This update and expansion of our study, which examines stock price performance versus the age of the CVC unit, is the second in an ongoing series that will explore this data set from a variety of perspectives.
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