Gilead Sciences

Gilead Sciences

By
William Lazier, Kevin Taweel, John Glynn Jr.
1993|Case No.E9

Case involves an early stage biotechnology company raising its fourth round of money in a very capital intensive field. Should the company do a late stage private equity financing and try to meet its product development goals or take the risk of filing an initial public offering before the key product development and regulatory milestones have been met?

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