Can Sevin Rosen Win Sans Rosen?
THE TORCH IS being passed at high-flying venture-capital outfit Sevin Rosen Management. Its newest fund, $100 million Sevin Rosen V, will be its first without Benjamin Rosen, the former Wall Street analyst-turned-venture-marvel, as a partner. Rosen, who remains an adviser to the company, is spending more time on an electric-car start-up. "I'm completing the phase-down," says Rosen, 63.
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