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Atrium lays off lawyers, explains pivot to legal tech

Atrium lays off lawyers, explains pivot to legal tech $75 million-funded legal services startup Atrium doesn’t want to be the next company to implode as the tech industry tightens its belt and businesses chase margins instead of growth via unsustainable economics. That’s why Atrium is laying off most of its   in-house lawyers. […]

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Dear Sophie: what do I need to know about recent changes to the H-1B lottery?

Dear Sophie: what do I need to know about recent changes to the H-1B lottery? Sophie Alcorn Contributor Share on Twitter Sophie Alcorn is the founder of Alcorn Immigration Law in Silicon Valley and 2019 Global Law Experts Awards’ “Law Firm of the Year in California for Entrepreneur Immigration Services.” She connects […]

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How to tell if your startup deserves press coverage

How to tell if your startup deserves press coverage Tech reporters’ inboxes are filled with garbage pitches from misguided founders who assume that the smallest milestone warrants a write-up. Founders dream of seeing their company’s name in headlines without knowing how that might help or hurt them. But with the proper intentions, […]

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Why CEOs should spend up to half their time recruiting

Why CEOs should spend up to half their time recruiting Hiring the right people may be the most important thing you do when you start a new company. But how much time should founders spend on hiring when there are so many other competing demands? Last week, we discussed team-building and several […]

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How to build a diverse board

How to build a diverse board Ann Shepherd Contributor Ann Shepherd is co-founder of social impact venture Him For Her. She serves on the board of fintech startup HoneyBook. Over a recent dinner with twenty C-suite executives, one founder-CEO recounted how he was preparing a slide for a company all-hands with headshots […]

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Placement is the much-needed talent agent for jobseekers

Placement is the much-needed talent agent for jobseekers “We’re giving away money to strangers on the internet” is a pretty cavalier pitch for a new startup. But the more I learned about Placement, the smarter it sounded. In exchange for 10% of your income for 18 to 36 months, Placement will find […]

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A scalable plan for onboarding your first 500 employees

A scalable plan for onboarding your first 500 employees Amanda Mulay Contributor Share on Twitter Amanda Mulay is the Senior Talent Manager at Lerer Hippeau, where she helps connect founders with top-tier talent. She previously held talent roles at Andreessen Horowitz and Twilio . Employee onboarding isn’t all desk balloons and company […]

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Uber launches a shift-work finder app, Uber Works, starting in Chicago

Uber launches a shift-work finder app, Uber Works, starting in Chicago What do you do when your current business model is so staggeringly loss-making you’re having to warn investors it may never turn a profit, at the same time as it’s under increasing legal and regulatory attack? One answer might be to […]

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Devin Wenig steps down as eBay CEO

Devin Wenig steps down as eBay CEO eBay this morning announced that Devin Wenig has stepped down from the role of CEO. A former executive at Reuters, Wenig joined the company eight years ago this month as president of its global market place division. He was appointed to the CEO role in […]

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The team behind Codementor launches Arc to help companies hire talented developers around the world

The team behind Codementor launches Arc to help companies hire talented developers around the world Arc, a platform that wants to simplify the process of hiring developers who work remotely, is launching officially today. The new company grew out of Techstars-backed Codementor, an online education platform for software developers. Codementor will continue […]

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