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106 Excuses That Prevent You From Ever Becoming Great
How to Recruit, Hire, and Retain Female Engineers, by Sharon Wienbar
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The Pivotal Stories Every Startup Leader Should Be Able to Tell
I’m a Woman in Tech, But Even I Didn’t “Get It” Until This Week with a Hiring Interview, by Laura Roeder of Edgar, Medium
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Skills and Behaviors that Make Entrepreneurs Successful, by HBS Working Knowledge, Harvard Business School
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Reid Hoffman Stanford Class videos: "Blitzscaling"
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What Comes Before a Fall: Lessons from the Growth and Crash of Zenefits
How to survive an acquisition, by Charity Majors of Parse
How Jessica Alba's acting career prepared her to build a $1.7 billion startup
Pondering Homejoy’s Failure by their front end developer Hunter Davis, Medium
The Hidden Costs of Pivoting a Startup
How Pinterest Started, or How a Guy Just Would Not Quit, by Anna Vital
Vinod Khosla: Be Wary of “Stupid Advice”
How quirky 28-year-old Ben Kaufman plowed through $150 million and almost destroyed his start-up Quirky
Most successful startups are overnight success. That night is usually somewhere between day 1000 and day 3500... ~Startup L Jackson
Black Swan (aka Unicorn) Seed Rounds, by Sam Altman
Slack at 1 year old: 500,000 daily active users, $12 million in annual recurring revenue, adding $1 million in new contracts every 11 days.
Bruce Scott on Founder Larry Ellison
Startup success factors: Short names and an office in Silicon Valley, study finds
How startup Fab died
Why every photo storage startup dies or gets acquired
Can Skateboarding Legend Rodney Mullen Help Silicon Valley?
Jan 2015: 4chan has 20 million monthly visitors and 1.2 million daily visitors, and founder Moot reflects on 11 years running 4chan
"Tell the truth. Don’t reflexively kiss ass to powerful people." And 15 more lessons learned from Reid Hoffman...
LEGO Business Origin, History, and How It Survived Several Downturns
Stewart Butterfield and the History of Slack in Wired: The Most Fascinating Profile You'll Ever Read About a Guy and His Boring Startup
Here's What I Learned from Working with 50+ PR Firms
My Board Fired Me -- Here's What I Learned
Turns Out the Dot-Com Bust's Worst Flops Were Actually Fantastic Ideas
Aliens in the Valley - The complete history of Reddit
Lessons from sites that rely on user-generated content | @DanielleGeva
Ycombinator growth class
3 Reasons Behind Alibaba’s Success
How Palmer Luckey Created Oculus Rift
The Ultimate Pitch Deck to Raise Money for Startups
Elon Musk: Secrets of a Highly Effective Entrepreneur
Analyzing AngelList Job Postings, Part 2: Salary and Equity Benchmarks - Coding VC
Mark Cuban's 12 Rules for Startups infographic
"In the End Go with Your Gut" - Here is How to Make Sense of Conflicting Startup Advice, from the sage Mark Suster
Ten Lessons from Peter Thiel's Class On Startups
Ousted Tinder Cofounder Sues For Sexual Harassment, And She's Using These Nasty Texts As Evidence
Premature optimization is the root of all evil. ~Entrepreneurs Startup Advice And Lessons
My startup failed, and this is what it feels like, by Nikki Durkin of 99Dresses and YCombinator, published on Medium
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