Tuesdays at Abnormal Returns are all about startup and venture capital links. You can check out last week’s links including a look at the end of easy money in Silicon Valley.
Chart of the Day
How fast do Internet companies need to grow to go public?
- A discussion with Tim Brady, YC partner and the first employee at Yahoo ($YHOO). (themacro.com)
- Scott Dorsey of ExactTarget fame on the rise of Indianapolis as a startup hub. (xconomy.com)
- How 'side hustles' turned into a career in VC. (blog.semilshah.com)
- VC firms have a problem: succession planning. (institutionalinvestor.com)
- The drawback of equity-centric compensation in a world where companies are staying private longer. (nytimes.com)
- We are living in a 'post-capital' world. (avc.com)
- CIOs are increasingly prominent in the new tech-focused world. (wsj.com)
- Why raising too much money can hurt your startup. (bothsidesofthetable.com)
- When should a startup use debt vs. equity? (tradestreaming.com)
- Why some British startups are thinking of moving post-Brexit. (washingtonpost.com)
- Kevin Rose's newest venture is decidedly low-tech. (businessinsider.com)
- An excerpt from "Chaos Monkeys: Obscene Fortune and Random Failure in Silicon Valley" by Antonio Garcia Martinez. (backchannel.com)
- Stop calling yourself an entrepreneur. (medium.com)