"Ken Renner, a spokesman for DC Investments Partners, said the termination of the fund had been coming for several months and had little to do with any relationship with Metro.
Renner noted that Metro also invested in a strong-performing venture capital fund called FCA Venture Partners II, which is also managed by the partnership. McWhorter, with a long background in health care, is a founder of FCA II, which has earned more than $20 million for Metro on a $7.5 million investment by investing in startup and early stage health-care companies."
If I read this correctly, DC cost Metro 800K but made them 20MM. (Wish we were so lucky).