$175 million run rate with no sign of slowing down! I’ve watched Ben build @hungryroot w/ great precision for 7 years as an advisor to the biz — he has consistently been ahead of every well-being trend you can think of. Hungryroot is the future of grocery goods. https://t.co/qZ4kEmJqyI
'Who exactly gets to be a vc' + the salient characteristics of old school founders. When coping skills are useful in life. How to build a decent industry network. Loved this interview with my friend / career coach Michael, listen here: https://t.co/xaQbC2wJs3
An early tumblr product lead turned angel sent over a deal today w/ 1 sentence: "founder is one of the most capable & reliable people I know, she's been thinking about this business for years, a fantastic team is assembled." Economic. I prefer intros like this over "XYZ are in!"
GoodRx is a $15.8 billion company that helps people save on prescription drugs. I looked at the complicated business model behind it and what its success says about US health care @FortuneMagazine: https://t.co/XRI80ErKqa
https://t.co/FzFOblvt7g gives companies a clear advantage: a way to turn the complex (perhaps even nebulous) nuances of machine learning into readable, digestible and actionable insights. The impact—we’ll go ahead and say it—is obvious.
By @Darshan: https://t.co/qpBRDVcbe0
This morning from NPR: "While the typical white millennial family has about $88,000 in wealth, the typical Black millennial family only has about $5,000 in wealth." Very scary data...https://t.co/HL6Jv4NvrI
Hey #california folks. Need your help. a contact that is about to demo a large hospital and there’s a ton of usable equipment & furniture that still has a lot of life in it & will go in the dumpster unless we find a new home for it. Help us find some non profits that may want it?
The maritime industry understands that what’s good for the planet is good for business. And now they’re putting their money where their mouth is. Case in point: @nautiluslabs1. Check out my post on how Nautilus is combatting carbon emissions.
This week on the pod, my interview with @sorayadarabi on what it's like to become a venture capitalist when your family never read the biz section of the NYT, and the thrill of being unlike everyone else. https://t.co/UTbpfFigoa