On November 19, 2013, I penned an article on how Dropbox’s capitalization is symbolic of how unjust America’s capital markets have become. At the time, Dropbox was raising a $250M private round of financing at an $8B valuation – approximately 68 times 2012 revenues. Retail investors, of course, were not invited to the party. In […]
Ever since I was a child I have been fascinated by broadcast media. The fact that cavemen were eventually able to invent a box that would bring faraway images and sounds into our living rooms was nothing short of extraordinary. Almost as miraculous as life itself. But it wasn’t until my college years did I […]
It is not easy distinguishing between a market bubble and a revolution. I believe that even in today’s highly valued startup climate, we are witnessing the latter.