After I posted an article about Peter Thiel’s $5B Roth IRA a couple weeks ago, I had a handful of readers reach out to me asking if early employees could benefit from buying stock with an IRA. If this can be such a huge tax windfall for founders, can other enterprising startup e…
Data has been the common theme throughout my career. I took the leap to join dbt Labs a couple months ago, and have only developed more and more convic…
The other day, there was a recent ProPublica (which has been on a roll, writing some incredible pieces about how the uber-wealthy wiggle out of tax bur…
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Capital is flowing at historically low prices, huge rounds are happening faster than ever. This is great for companies and tenured employees, but can b…
More frequent, larger, faster fundraising cycles makes being an early-stage startup employee doing a job hunt a little bit like trying to catch a falli…
I was having a discussion with a friend recently, who was inquiring about some of my philosophies on open-source and asked: “when does open-source make…
I happened across an interesting article recently from The Information (paywall ahead, unfortunately), about how Stripe and Lyft are changing their equ…
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