Thursdays at Abnormal Returns are all about startup and venture capital links. You can check out last week’s links including a look at the state of equity crowdfunding.
Quote of the Day
"Profit is the ultimate shield against bullshit."(Jason Fried)
Chart of the Day
A look at the new Bloomberg Startup Barometer.
- Uber is buying back shares from long-time employees. (dealbreaker.com)
- Uber's culture is coming under increasing scrutiny. (nytimes.com)
- There's a difference between passing and not considering. (bothsidesofthetable.com)
- Founders need to be "mission-driven" not distracted by the competition. (medium.com)
- Why VCs are obsessed with large outcomes. (medium.com)
- Ben Horowitz and Lytro CEO Jason Rosenthal talk about pivots. (soundcloud.com)
- The best term sheets align the interests of founders and investors. (fundersclub.com)
- The problem with employee referral programs: a lack of diversity. (medium.com)
- How the ACA helped small business owners and entrepreneurs. (washingtonpost.com)
- The state of cybersecurity startups. (beyondvc.com)
- How DogVacay came into being. (startups.co)