Unicorn (Company) - Definition
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What is a Unicorn Company?
A unicorn company is a term used to describe a privately-held, startup company with a valuation of $1 billion or more.
Academic Research on Unicorn Company
- Electronic finance recent developments, Dandapani, K. (2017). Electronic financerecent developments. Managerial Finance, 43(5), 614-626.6.
- A founders' guide to unicorn creation: how liquidation preferences in M&A transactions affect start-up valuation, Bartlett, R. P. (2015).
- Unicorns, Cheshire cats, and the new dilemmas of entrepreneurial finance, Kenney, M., & Zysman, J. (2018).
- How to Catch a Unicorn, Simon, J. P. (2016). EC JRC IPTS, forthcoming.
- The 400 Percent Loan, the $36,000 Hotel Room, and the Unicorn, Berlau, J. (2012). Competitive Enterprise Institute, OnPoint, (176).
- Role of Unicorn tag in gaining legitimacy and accessing funds, Kerai, A. (2017). The Business & Management Review, 9(2), 119-127.
- Analysis on Risks and Countermeasures of Unicorn Enterprises Based on Diamond Model, Han, R. (2018). Open Access Library Journal, 5(09), 1.
- Finding the Next Unicorn: When Big Data Meets Venture Capital, Weibl, J., & Hess, T. (2019, January). In Proceedings of the 52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
- Unicorn Stock Options-Golden Goose or Trojan Horse?, Alon-Beck, A. (2018). Unicorn Stock Options-Golden Goose or Trojan Horse?.