Fred Wilson of Union Square Ventures says that you should not expect to exit a company alongside the same people you started with.
This takes a bit of ruthless judgment -- is your first hired salesperson really the right fit for head of sales, esp[...]
Fred Wilson of Union Square Ventures is a busy man. How busy, you ask?
According to a recent blog post, Wilson's work day looks something like this:
5 a.m.: Wake up and start e-mailing/blogging.
7:45 a.m.: Shower
8:00 a.m.: Breakfast meet[...]
Investors are not always looking out for founder's best interests, as has been said over and over again, and in a recent blog post, Fred Wilson of Union Square Ventures dispenses advice for those suffering from 'mentor/investor whiplash.'
Jay-Z's 'Magna Carta Holy Grail' has received a 57 out of 100 on MetaCritic...this is almost literally the definition of "middling reviews."
Fred Wilson of Union Square Ventures, however, is sympathetic to HOVA, and it's partly because he feels li[...]
Fred Wilson of Union Square Ventures is bullish on the sharing economy, according to a recent blog post. The mainstream media is beginning to take note of ride-sharing services like Lyft, which is currently scaring the heck out of city administrators[...]
It's Christmas-time in Startup Land, and Jolly Ol' St. Nick -- a.k.a. the SEC -- has delivered an ultra-special bag of goodies by lifting the General Solicitation Ban as part of the JOBS Act.
What this means is that startups raising money can adv[...]
In a recent blog post, Fred Wilson of Union Square Ventures explains the various type of entities you'll find in the wild 'nd wacky corporate world. Sound boring? Well, that depends if you're a StartupBook reader for our gossip-rag pieces or for our [...]
Some of our favorite VCs to follow include Fred Wilson, Albert Wenger, Mark Suster, Brad Feld -- middle-aged white guys, basically. But entrepreneurship is a game of diversity, friends, and our question today is: Where are the women VC bloggers?
Brad Feld of the Foundry Group is not shy about giving his advice, but at the same time, he won't grudge you if you follow someone else's lead -- that's the catch of "mentor whiplash," where you have to weigh conflicting advice from different mentors[...]
At last week's 'Pando Monthly' onstage interview, Fred Wilson of Union Square Ventures let his emotions get the best of him when talking about corporate co-investors -- he just couldn't resist emphasizing their infinite levels of suckiness.
Fred Wilson of Union Square Ventures believes that business models can be fixed, product market fits can't. And in a recent blog post, he explains that part of Twitter's success was their patience in determining market fit before the business model.
Contrary to Valleywag's belief, the NSA data-spying program blindsided many Silicon Valley (and Alley) leaders; more than a few VCs took the weekend to gather their thoughts and issue invectives of varying intensity.
Brad Feld of the Foundry Group[...]