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If the past decade gave us the “cult of the founder” – where investors, users and employees, were forced to bend to the whims of the Kalanicks and Dorseys no matter how much evil they did – perhaps the next decade will be remembered for the resurgence and reiteration of the cult of the engineers.
Thanks in good part to successful listings of digital household names such as Spotify as well as IPOs like Dropbox, Sonos, and Xiaomi, the IPO pipeline is now primed as liquidly as it's been in recent memory.
Wilson also discusses the ups and downs of several of his largest investments, including Twitter, Tumblr, Foursquare and Zynga.
Something big is happening in social media, and investors in social-media companies can't make up their minds what it is.
Sonos' strength lies in the managers guiding it -- but don't discount the possibility it could become the next TiVo.
The bigger they get, the further they can fall.
From their 2014 Pando Monthly interview, Pandora's Tim Westergren and Tom Conrad discuss early challenges, the tensions between streaming services and artists, the arduous battles in Congress, and share some crucial advice to help other entrepreneurs get through tough times.
I finally got my green card. Here's what I couldn't say about US immigration until now.
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