Juniper Networks

By John Glynn Jr., Alicia Seiger
2004 | Case No. E176

The case details the history of Juniper Networks with a specific emphasis on idea formulation and the founder, Pradeep Sindhu’s decision relating to funding the company and his relationship with its venture capital investors. The case then explores the decision the company’s CEO, Scott Kriens, faced when considering the path of corporate investment.

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