New NEA Partner Jonathan Golden draws lessons from early investing, Airbnb


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Jonathan Golden, partner, New Enterprise Associates. Photo courtesy of the firm.
From a young age, Jonathan Golden learned hard lessons about investing. In 1999, dot-com retailer eToys went public in a splashy IPO, and the shares more than tripled the first day. Golden, who grew up in Detroit, was 16 then. ...

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