Eric Rosencrantz "is a senior member of Microsoft’s IP acquisitions and investments group. In this role, he shares responsibility for sourcing, structuring, and negotiating Microsoft's IP acquisitions, strategic investments, and joint ventures. His team has led over $1 billion of transactions spanning all of Microsoft's business groups. Prior to Microsoft, Eric was an early employee at Aquantive serving as director of business development and strategy. During his tenure at Aquantive, he worked on their IPO and closed several acquisitions and strategic partnerships. Aquantive was recently purchased by Microsoft for $6 billion. Prior to Aquantive, Eric worked as a technology equity research analyst at Goldman Sachs. Eric started his career working with startups in the technology incubator program for the Israeli government. Eric is very active in the non-profit world in the areas of education and environmental sustainability." 
- Director, Marine Conservation Biology Institute
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- Directors, Marine Conservation Biology Institute, accessed January 16, 2009.