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Jan 13, 2010
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Larry Cheng on the Birth of Volition Capital (Xconomy)

While many pundits predicted that the financial crisis of 2007-2008 would lead to a big shakeout on the venture-capital stage, there’s been remarkably little change in the cast of characters so far, at least in Boston.  But Monday saw the demise of one established Boston venture fund and the birth of another, as the entire crew of Fidelity Ventures, save two partners, announced that they have departed the Fidelity fold and formed an independent firm called Voltion capital…

(click here for the rest of the article) Xconomy, By Wade Roush

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