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We all know that when big companies buy startups, at least half the time, they die afterwards. So big companies buy something for hundreds of millions of dollars, and then wind up selling it years later for tens of millions of dollars. In general management, when you buy an asset, it depreciates in a predictable way. But when big companies buy startups, it doesn’t happen exactly like it’s supposed to.