Why selling a startup for $20 million could be better than selling it for $200 millionNewsBy PhocusWire | October 20, 2014Share This article was originally published on STARTUPS: All about the cash, right? Well, perhaps not... In a world where valuations and exits are seen through the prism of the bigger-the-better, perhaps the starry (greedy?) eyes of entrepreneurs should take a closer look at what actually happens to the money which is supposedly trousered by those that have cashed in. Read more on Business Insider.It sounds impressive when a founder sells a startup for tens of millions of dollars.But it sounds really impressive when a company sells it for hundreds of millions of dollars.As a founder, which option is better? For many, a smaller exit should be the desired outcome.Read more on Business InsiderNB:Cash startup image via Shutterstock.