Why Doximity ignored VC money for years

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Jeff Tangney, CEO at Doximity
Jeff Tangney, CEO at Doximity

Doximity ignored VC money for 7 years and now is a $9.6 billion public company. The CEO explains why customers are better than term sheets.

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Diana Flores, Amelia, and husband and father Dr. Ali Ebneshahidi.
From left to right: Diana Flores, Amelia, and husband and father Dr. Ali Ebneshahidi. Courtesy Diana Flores.

Democrats just unveiled a $400 billion caregiving bill that would supercharge home care and boost pay for workers as 820,000 people wait for help

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