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Former bank exec Cate Luzio wrote a business plan that helped her leave her corporate career and start a growing collaboration space that now has more than 600 individual and over 20 corporate members.

HOW TO START A BUSINESS: The ultimate guides for founders on launching a company, raising money, and becoming wildly successful in 2020

Entrepreneurship doesn't come with a rule book. These guides will help first-time founders launch a startup, raise capital, and dominate the market.
David Drummond is senior vice president of corporate development and chief legal officer for Google's parent company, Alphabet.

Alphabet’s chief legal boss, accused of emotionally abusing a former Googler after a workplace affair, just cashed out $27 million in stock

David Drummond — chief legal officer for Google's parent company, Alphabet — just cashed out tens of millions in stock.
Dara Khosrowshahi, CEO of Uber, which saw its shares fall nearly 8% on their first day of trading.

Sure, Uber didn’t leave any money on the table, but its IPO was nothing to celebrate and it could haunt the company and its execs for years to c...

Uber's debut on the public markets was a disappointment to the company and investors. But it could end up being costly too.
Beth Andres-Beck, co-creator of TLDR Options

This software engineer didn’t know how to figure out the value of her stock option grants, so she made this simple tool to help

It's impossible to know how much startup shares might be worth, but TLDR Options can help you make an informed decision.
Taavet Hinrikus (l), founder of TransferWise and one of the letter's signatories, with his cofounder Kristo Käärmann.

500 European tech startups say they will never be able to compete for talent with Google or Facebook thanks to the muddle around employee stock option...

Europe has yet to produce its own Google or Facebook, and investors and CEOs believe fierce competition for talent is one reason why.
When the mother of Pinduoduo CEO Colin Huang used her son's shopping app to order a batch of mangoes, she discovered that two were rotten.

A popular website that reportedly sells inexpensive products so poorly made that disappointed shoppers often throw them in the trash is now worth more...

In just three short years, e-commerce site Pinduoduo has emerged as one of China's fastest growing shopping startups, with as many as 55 million users accessing the site per day. But in a recent New York Times report, the quality of the site's products came under close scrutiny.

Uber is exploring a way to repair its relationship with drivers: equity in the $69 billion company

Equity in Uber could provide a valuable perk for drivers at a time when the startup is trying to gain favor with its drivers.

$6 billion Atlassian once took a $60 million investment it didn’t need so employees could cash out

Atlassian co-CEO Mike Cannon-Brookes explains why they took $60 million they didn't need.

Yahoo just made changes that hint it expects to be sold soon

Yahoo made some changes that indicate a sale might be coming soon.

Working at a startup may be weird, but it’s one of the few jobs that can make normal people rich

Dan Lyons writes that working for a startup is like being in a cult. But there's one thing he's missing.