What’s the issue with too much funding? Here are four key drawbacks:  
Pitfall 1: Solving every problem with non-scalable hacks

Shocking.  ;^)  I wonder if that's causal, though. It could be a start-up mentality (We've got to build features ASAP!) moreso than being flush with cash.

But then I suppose the point is that having too much cash from funding enables you to turn ye olde blind eye to hemorrhaging cash for overhead, kinda like when Sepia Labs over-funded Glassboard. Which makes you also wonder -- what does it mean when your start-up finally gets smart about overhead costs? What's driving the "maturity"? ;^)

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