Inc Magazine Selects Early Exits as "Best Books for Business Owners of 2009"
"Written by a seasoned early-stage investor, Early Exits is a must-read for any entrepreneur who has wrestled with the dilemma of taking outside funding. Peters makes the case that marching toward an exit is a good thing, and not nearly as impossible as it may seem. A surprising number of business owners are cashing out after only two-to-five years and for between $5 million and $30 million, he asserts—making this period, for all its turbulence, a golden era for entrepreneurs." Recommended by Bo Burlingham.
The Inc Magazine article is available here.
The list was also discussed on these blogs:
800CEORead Blog's Inc. Magazine’s Best Books for Business Owners
WorkingPoint Blog's Christmas Reading List for Entrepreneurs
Comment From Techvibes Cross-post
Fred Yee said on Mon, January 11, 2010 at 4:11 PM
Well deserved. It's a great book.
Easy read too - should take only 2-3 hours and you'll learn things you'll never learn anywhere else.