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Steve Case is the founding CEO of AOL and the chairman and CEO of the venture capital firm Revolution.

Billionaire AOL cofounder Steve Case says he waited 10 years for the moment he realized his company was a success

AOL founding CEO Steve Case said that when America Online went public, "no one cared." It took a decade of pushing against skeptics, he said, before he knew he had built something impactful.
Steve Case is the founding CEO of AOL and the chairman and CEO of the venture capital firm Revolution.

‘We believe we will prove them wrong’: Billionaire AOL founder Steve Case says skepticism around his ‘Rise of the Rest’ projec...

Steve Case helped usher in the first wave of internet companies with AOL, and is now trying to get ahead of "the third wave," but through an ambitious investment project across the United States.
Steve Case is the founding CEO of AOL and the chairman and CEO of the venture capital firm Revolution.

Billionaire investor Steve Case says the failure of the 2000 AOL Time Warner mega merger taught him a crucial lesson about execution

AOL's founding CEO Steve Case said that the ultimate failure of the $165 billion AOL Time Warner merger in 2000 taught him that "vision without execution is hallucination." It's a lesson he's mindful of as the CEO of his investment firm, Revolution.
Steve Case is the founding CEO of AOL and the venture capital firm Revolution.

Billionaire investor Steve Case said a book he read in 1980 set him on the path to founding AOL, and it still influences him today

In his early 20s, Steve Case read futurist Alvin Toffler's "The Third Wave," convincing him that the world was on the brink of a digital revolution. It convinced him to help make that a reality, which he would do as the founding CEO of AOL.

The best advice billionaire AOL cofounder and investor Steve Case gives entrepreneurs is a truth about long-term success

AOL founding CEO Steve Case has spoken to thousands of entrepreneurs around the country as part of his venture capital firm Revolution's "Rise of the Rest" initiative. The most important advice he shares is about recognizing the importance of relationships.
Steve Case is the founding CEO of AOL and the chairman and CEO of the venture capital firm Revolution.

Billionaire AOL cofounder Steve Case says we’re at the start of the internet’s third wave, and he’s laying the groundwork to benefit...

Steve Case led the first wave of internet companies as the founding CEO. Now, as a billionaire investor, he's using his resources and lessons learned to take advantage of what he calls "the third wave" through his Rise of the Rest initiative.
Steve Case.

Learn why billionaire AOL cofounder Steve Case is investing in companies outside the major coastal startup hubs at IGNITION 2018

Steve Case will take the stage at IGNITION 2018 to discuss entrepreneurship, highlights from his "Rise of the Rest" bus tour, and the long-term vision for his DC-based venture-capital firm Revolution.
JD Vance, second from left, and Steve Case, third from left, ride the Rise of the Rest bus with their colleagues and guests in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Billionaire Steve Case has taken a big red bus through 26 states to bet $150 million on finding the next big startup — here’s where heR...

AOL cofounder Steve Case and "Hillbilly Elegy" author JD Vance are leading the $150 million Rise of the Rest Seed Fund, dedicated to startup communities outside of Silicon Valley, New York, and Boston. Its network now spans 26 states.
The Rise of the Rest bus is a luxury coach where the Rise of the Rest team and their guests cram in. Most guests try to maximize the potential of the conversations on the bus.

I spent 2 days on a bus with billionaire AOL cofounder Steve Case and ‘Hillbilly Elegy’ author JD Vance as they scoured the South for the ...

In May, I joined AOL cofounder Steve Case and "Hillbilly Elegy" author JD Vance on an investing bus tour in Chattanooga, Tennessee and Louisville, Kentucky. I realized it was more than just a self-serving spectacle.
Steve Case, foreground with sunglasses, is leading a "Rise of the Rest" initiative across the United States. Louisville is the first city he's brought a bus tour to twice.

One of the newest emerging startup scenes to watch is in Louisville, Kentucky — and big names are starting to take notice

Louisville is best known as the home of the Kentucky Derby, but it has an exciting young startup scene that's supported by both its mayor and governor. Steve Case has found it to be an investing destination worth revisiting through his Rise of the Rest initiative.