Just ten days after two co-founders of San Francisco pricing software company Rapt sued its venture backers, the case has been settled.
We thought it would be quick (see our original story here), because high-profile venture firm Accel Partners, and another valley firm, Levensohn Venture Partners, likely wanted to get it over with. But terms of the settlement were undisclosed, according to PE Week, which covered the suit and first reported the settlement Friday.
The two co-founders Adam Galper and Paul Dagum had sued for breach of fiduciary duty and fraud.
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