Mike Lynch, chief executive of venture capital firm Invoke Capital and former founder and head of software company Autonomy before its controversial $11bn sale to technology corporation Hewlett-Packard, has criticised capital markets for “failing” society. In a video interview for the Global University Venturing 2013 Summit yesterday, Lynch said that whereas governments had spent much…
Lynch hangs markets for ‘failure’
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