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I recently invested in two companies whose founders either had little interest in school as students or who dropped out of grad school: MixRank and Influitive. Both management teams are driven, hard working and well prepared for the difficult road of creating a business from scratch.
Facebook Files For $5 Billiion IPO; Co-Founder Zuckerberg Holds 28.4% Of The Stock, Accel, 11.4%: UPDATED
Facebook filed for a $5 billion IPO on Wednesday as the social networking site with $3.7 billion in 2011 revenue opened up the details of its business to public scrutiny for the first time. The company’s top shareholder is CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who co-founded the company in a Harvard dorm room and holds 28.4% of [...]
There’s been a lot of press about whether Facebook does enough to protect user privacy.
In late 2009, Facebook changed its privacy settings that made some parts of user profiles public. Users “became enraged” about the changes and complained that they weren’t given notice and that hiding their info became harder, according to the Washington Post.
Last week, the FTC announced a settlement with Facebook, which has roughly 800 million users. Facebook has agreed to get consumer approval before it changes the way
Top 10 HUB Posts Focus on Silicon Valley Uniforms, Macho PE Fundraisers and Secrets to Tweaking Your IRR
It’s Friday. Time to catch up on stories you might have missed during a busy week. Following are the peHUB posts that garnered the most unique pageviews from our regular readers between Nov. 28 and Dec. 2.
ONE: The Uniforms of Silicon Valley, a Slideshow – by Connie Loizos
TWO: Quien Es Mas Macho? A Slideshow of the Top 5 U.S. PE Funds this Year – by Luisa Beltran
THREE: Four Ways to Finesse Your Way into the Top Quartile – by Joanna Glasner
FOUR: Most Active VC firms in October: Slideshow – by Alastair Goldfisher
FIVE: Slideshow: Maine Reveals Bite Taken By Fees, Expenses – by David Toll
SIX: Venture Backed IPOs Feel The Pain, But Some Stay Above Water – by Mark Boslet
SEVEN: Court Backs Subpoenas Of Castle Harlan Over Quick Flip – by Bernard Vaughan
EIGHT: Slideshow: European PE Performance First Half 2011 – by Angela Sormani
NINE: Parish Capital Hands Keys to StepStone – by Gregory Roth
TEN: When the Majority Is Wrong – by Larry Cheng
Black Friday, Cyber Monday: the U.S. has once again kicked its consumption into high gear. But if Silicon Valley’s elite spends lavishly on clothing, you can bet it bet it will be understated. It’s the Silicon Valley way. And why? Because fashion takes time and effort, people, and no one wants to be accused of [...]