Earlier today, we explained the investment strategy that’s led Russian holding firm DST to shovel nearly a billion dollars in the direction of early employees at startups Facebook, Zynga, and Groupon.
It’s all about finding startups that could go public, but would benefit from a little seasoning first.
Bottom line is: DST is fattening the bank accounts of a lot of early startup employees the way only IPOs used to.
So who’s next?
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