Why Would A CEO Sell His Company For $75 Million And Then Buy It Back? – The SAIcast Asks StumbleUpon's Garrett Camp

Garrett Camp

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SUBSCRIBE TO THIS PODCAST ON ITUNES >>StumbleUpon co-founder & CEO Garrett Camp joins the SAIcast today and explains why he sold his company to eBay for $75 million – only to buy it back two years later.

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