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Books by Charles W. Newhall III

  • Dare Disturb The Universe: A Memoir of Venture Capital

    No one has ever explained how a venture capitalist plays an active role in creating world-changing companies. The venture capitalist often hires the senior management, helps develop the business model, introduces the company to its largest customers, and provides governance. It is a role akin to being an entrepreneur, not just an investor. This book tells stories of the good, the bad, and the ugly of creating companies, and explains how the VC industry created 80 percent of the American economy. The industry now faces severely damaging legislation. Venture capital is different from leverage buyouts and hedge funds and needs to be regulated in an entirely different way.

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  • The Chronicles of Stanley the Pug

    Stanley the Pug liked to get into mischief, but he liked making his masters happy even more. A loyal companion for seventeen years to the Newhalls, Stanley was not just an amazing and funny character, but a member of the family, helping Chuck Newhall cope with tough times and tragedies. While he was not a trained doctor, Stanley still dispensed love and joy, curing all who were lucky enough to know him. This is his story.

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Charles W. "Chuck" Newhall is a prolific writer, having written about his experiences in Vietnam, his beautiful gardens, and the history of venture capitalism. In this new book, Newhall shows us his whimsical side with the creation of a children's book about his late pug, Stanley.