» August, 2003

Baltimore Business Journal

Diners' club
Investors wanted to talk cash over calamari
By Robert J. Terry
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John A. May eats well. As managing partner of Vienna, Va.-based New Vantage Group, May is known for his work building angel investing networks in Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. Part of that network... [Read entire article]

 

» August, 2003

Washington Business Journal

 

Angels for a new age
In tech's post-boom era, angel investors rewrite the rules of the club
By Tania Anderson
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The early morning meeting of the new Active Angel Investors club might look like a gathering of wealthy investors from the late 1990's technology boom as they listen ... [Read entire article]

» Febuary 3, 2003

Washington Post

Venture Deals Stabilize in '02
By Nicholas Johnston

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Earlier this month, Mohr, Davidow Ventures, a technology investment firm based in Silicon Valley, cut the size of its latest fund for a second time ... [Read entire article]

» January 31-Febuary 6, 2003,

Washington Business Journal
Early-stage Investing Club Signals Resurrection of Angels
By John Wilen

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A group of area investors is firing up a new early-stage investing club, more evidence that angel investing is still alive - and that a thaw may be under way...

» January 31-Febuary 6, 2003,

Washington Business Journal

Mid-Atlantic Venture Association Axes Private Investor Network Sessions
By John Wilen

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The Mid-Atlantic Venture Association is shutting down its Private Investor Network (PIN) after a six-year run. The monthly morning breakfast session brought dues-paying investors together for networking and presentations from money-seeking entrepreneurs.

» Thursday, January 30, 2003

The Washington Post
Page E01
Angels Drawn To Idea of Flying Solo
By Shannon Henry

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The granddaddy of Washington "angel" clubs, the Private Investors Network, held its final meeting yesterday in Reston, a sign that this type of investing -- a concept fueled by communal smarts and greed -- has run its course.

The group had been gathering... [Read whole article]

» Friday, January 17, 2002

Washington Business Journal

May's new angels
By John Wilen Staff Reporter

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Are all the angels gone?
Not according to John May.

The New Vantage Group managing partner is starting a new angel investing club that will focus exclusively on making early (read: pre-institutional) investments in tech, telecom and.. [Read entire article]

» Thursday, December 19, 2002 The Washington Post - Washtech Article."Only the Most Dedicated 'Angels' Survive the Slump"

 

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