Altman said we are living in a “golden moment” where “the Ubers of the world” can be highly valued without going public, thus avoiding the increased regulatory scrutiny that comes with being a public company.
No, we’re not living in an economic bubble. That’s what former Treasury Department official and investment banker Roger Altman told a venture capitalist conference Wednesday in San Francisco.
However, Altman predicted there will be a “correction.”
“But I don’t think we’re going to see a repeat of the dotcom” bust, Altman said Wednesday at the annual meeting of the National Venture Capital Association. “That was a broad correction across the tech sector.
“I don’t think that’s likely to likely to repeat itself,” he said.
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