Fred Wilson, of Union Square Ventures, says it usually plays out one of two ways:

1. Founders "slog it out" for years — sometimes decades — until it finally becomes a real business, but not one that is great.

2. The startup "hits a wall" and runs out of cash. The choice is to either find a company that will buy the team in a talent acquisition, or the company shuts down completely.

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What Actually Happens When A Startup Raises A Boatload Of Money And Fails
It can play out one of two ways.

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