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Twitter Co-Founder Ev Williams Deserves More Credit For The Company’s Success

Investor Bijan Sabet, a general partner at Spark Capital, explains how Twitter co-founder and former CEO Ev Williams positioned the company for success in the early days. Click for sound. <div>Please enable Javascript to watch this video</div> Produced by Kamelia Angelova, Alana Kakoyiannis and Will Wei
Twitter Co-Founder Ev Williams Deserves More Credit For The Company’s Success
Tech

The Real Reason Fred Wilson And Bijan Sabet Left Twitter’s Board: They Sold Lots Of Stock

[credit provider=”Seedcamp Photos” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/seedcamp_photos/5534889955/lightbox/”] A fellow Twitter investor tells us Fred Wilson and Bijan Sabet voluntarily left Twitter’s board in order to sell a significant portion of their shares.”It was about compensation and the rules for the board.  They had mutually agreed some time ago that if anyone cashed out […]
The Real Reason Fred Wilson And Bijan Sabet Left Twitter’s Board: They Sold Lots Of Stock
Tech

A Tip For All CEOs: Do You Have To Attend That Meeting?

[credit provider=”Flickr via Michael Hashizume” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/ghindo/1739299123/”] Yesterday we had our first Founder Summit in NYC. We gathered over 50 founders and CEOs together to provide learnings and lessons on a variety of shared topics.I want to thank all that attended and participated. 
A Tip For All CEOs: Do You Have To Attend That Meeting?
Tech

The Truth About Twitter’s Troubles

[credit provider=”AP”] This week, Fortune highlights “trouble” at Twitter.The story touches on Twitter’s lack of revenues, its management discord, its relatively small user-base, and its refusal to accept huge multi-billion dollar offers from the likes of Google and Facebook.
The Truth About Twitter’s Troubles
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Entrepreneurs, Here’s Your Golden Opportunity

“There’s too much stuff. It seems to me that almost all tools we rely on to manage information weren’t designed for a world of infinite info. They were designed as if you could consume whatever was out there that you were interested in.”
Strategy

Good News: Big Companies Can Grow From Tiny Amounts Of Funding

[credit provider=”MarkoKosovcevic via Flickr”>Marko Kosovcevic”] For the past few years – and it’s especially true this year – there has been tremendous growth in the number of seed stage investments and the number of angels (people investing their own money) and VCs (people investing their own money *and* other people’s […]
Good News: Big Companies Can Grow From Tiny Amounts Of Funding