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Pinterest’s diversity report is missing some key data

Pinterest’s diversity report is missing some key data Pinterest today released its latest diversity report, showing slight gains in representation of underrepresented minorities while also hitting its three hiring goals. The company has long been recognized as an industry leader when it comes to promoting diversity and inclusion. It was one of […]

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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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Study associates frequency, quality of monthly reports with startup success

Study associates frequency, quality of monthly reports with startup success “Despite a lot of publicity and social media, number of sign-ups were modest,” reads one of the last monthly reports I sent to my VCs before my startup ceased to exist. “After the initial wave, sign-ups have slowed right down to near […]

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Should you pay $50K for your pitch deck? Yes, why the hell not?

Should you pay K for your pitch deck? Yes, why the hell not? Every once in a while on VC Twitter, a comment or statement seems so outlandish, so completely outrageous, that it must be — certainly has to be — false. Such as it was for Primary Ventures investor Jason Shuman, […]

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Introducing ‘Dear Sophie,’ an advice column for U.S.-bound immigrant employees

Introducing ‘Dear Sophie,’ an advice column for U.S.-bound immigrant employees 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 people with the businesses and […]

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How to avoid the startup trap of the parasitic consultant

How to avoid the startup trap of the parasitic consultant Early-stage startups have a massive problem: there are way, way too many things to do, and never enough people to do them. Whether it’s growth marketing, or product design, or software engineering or a myriad list of other tasks, something somewhere isn’t […]

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Essential tools for today’s digital nomad

Essential tools for today’s digital nomad Dave Williams Contributor A serial entrepreneur in the digital marketing, advertising, and ad tech industries, Dave Williams founded and sold 360i, IgnitionOne, BLiNQ Media, and other ventures and is now the CEO and Co-founder of NOMADX, with his base in Lisbon, Portugal. The world isn’t ready […]

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Reinventing the relationship between workers and tech

Reinventing the relationship between workers and tech Rachel Kornberg Contributor Share on Twitter Rachel Korberg is a program officer with the Ford Foundation’s Future of Work(ers) initiative, which seeks to build a more just and inclusive future for workers in our rapidly changing economy. A young father and kitchen worker in Pittsburgh […]

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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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Labor leaders and startup founders talk how to build a sustainable gig economy

Labor leaders and startup founders talk how to build a sustainable gig economy Over the past few years, gig economy companies and the treatment of their labor force has become a hot button issue for public and private sector debate. At our recent annual Disrupt event in San Francisco, we dug into […]

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