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Sometimes these things have a way of working out: Drew Houston on turning his own disorganization into a $10bn company
Now that Dropbox is finally poised to go public there will be two storylines to watch.
Nancy Lublin on her new company, motherhood, and tech’s morality crisis.
Could leave the stock volatile – often Wall Street-speak for “falling” - right out the gate.
Why do we focus on the cap table? Because it holds the roadmap to wealth and power in Silicon Valley.
How to be “credible” even if you're a woman... and other takeaways from the Berkeley sexual discrimination investigation
When Uber has a stricter code of conduct than Berkeley - it may be a gigantic red flag.
Dropbox is not only the largest IPO since Snap, it's the company likely to have the biggest influence on this year's IPO market.
The Bear’s Lair: The untold story of systemic gender discrimination inside UC Berkeley’s IT Department
What happened when women banded together, kept a paper trail, told their story, launched an investigation and proved a hostile work environment? A woman was laid off, and the men’s careers soared.
Caldbeck’s latest desperate attempt at a rehabilitation tour hits the skids.
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