A New York Times report detailed the company's practice of counting customer gratuity toward drivers' promised wages.
"I want to be the brand, instead of just being the face," the tennis star and venture investor told the magazine.
"I started Backstage Capital after noticing the disparities in the amount of money that was going to black women and other underrepresented founders, as compared to white men in Silicon Valley."
The actor-investor posted a tone-deaf list of questions about women and investing. The first one: What are the rules for flirting at work, exactly?
Hov scores another business venture.
Rejection from investors and venture capitalists is common in the startup world. Nine out of ten startups will fail, and
The Yale endowment model is a case study which explains some benefits of hedge fund and private equity allocation. The Yale
Entrepreneurs thrive on competition and just as in elite sports, "winner takes all." One way of increasing the odds of success
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Answer by Steve Vassallo, General Partner at Foundation Capital, on Quora. What are some of the strongest things you've seen
The quintessential problem all startups have is how do potential users of what they do (whatever it is) find them on the internet? "You have a basic marketing problem," was the matter-of-fact way it was explained to us at a meeting.