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Episode Date: December 31, 2014

Jason Calacanis | TWiST | Twitter | LinkedIn

It can be the most emotional and difficult decision you make as a founder. You've worked so hard to get here -- but things change. Whether it's going gangbusters and purchase offers are piling up or it's spiraling downward and you're facing a shutdown, preparation is key. Recognize the signs and exit gracefully. In this Startup Basics, Jason breaks it down: "When should I sell or shut down my company?"

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Firing people is easy compared to the decision of "should I sell my company?" - Jason

Why do people sell their business?

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