An oral history featuring Walter J. P. Curley, who was a partner in J. H. Whitney & Co. from 1960 to 1974.
An oral history featuring Peter Brooke, a pioneer in global investments, who founded Advent International, the first global private equity firm, in 1984, and led it until his retirement in 1996. In 1968 Peter founded TA Associates, a Boston-based private equity firm.
An oral history featuring Tony Evnin, who joined Venrock in 1974 and established the firm’s healthcare franchise. He helped shape the modern biotechnology industry, building valuable companies that address some of the important medical needs of the world.
An oral history featuring Alan Frazier, the managing partner of Frazier Healthcare Ventures, a pioneer in healthcare ventures, which he founded in 1991.
An oral history featuring James Blair, a Partner of Domain since its founding in 1985.
An oral history featuring Peter O. Crisp, who served as an associate of the Rockefeller family for forty-five years. He was a founding and managing partner of Venrock Associates, a limited partnership funded by members of the Rockefeller family and related institutions that invest in technology-based venture capital.
An oral history featuring Edward F. Glassmeyer, an industry veteran and a Managing Partner of Oak Investment Partners (Oak), which he co-founded in 1978 with Stewart Greenfield.
An oral history featuring Charles Lea, whose venture career spanned roles at Bessemer Securities, New Court Securities Corp, and Concord Partners.
An oral history featuring Richard Kramlich, the cofounder and Chairman Emeritus of New Enterprise Associates, NEA, �one of the early Silicon Valley venture capital firms that created the template upon which the modern venture economy is based.�
An oral history featuring James R. Swartz, a general partner and founder of Accel Partners. He has been active in venture capital since the early 1970s and has served as director for over 50 successful companies.