Andrew Le’s startup offers help to patients drowning in medical information – Boston Business Journal

Andrew Le’s startup offers help to patients drowning in medical information  Boston Business Journal
“startups when:1d” – Google News

Is there a framework or guidance about how much proprietary company information you give to investors?

For example, if an investor owns 50% to 100% of the company then they should get access to 100% of the company’s proprietary information. But what if they own a smaller percentage than 50%.

Say an investor owns 49% or less of the company? How does the CEO of the company decide what proprietary information that investor gets?

I imagine the answer will be much different if the investor own 49.99% verses .001% of the company.

Maybe this is something that is Google-able… is there a name or jargon for this type of decision process?

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