By Early Investing on September 21, 2020
Last week, StockX cofounder Josh Luber left the company he started in 2016. Luber helped build StockX into a $1 billion startup. It hasn’t gone public yet. StockX is probably in good hands. But Luber’s departure illustrates a problem that faces all startup investors — founder risk. When you invest in a startup, you’re investing in the founders and their ability to deliver. And navigating that risk is what separates average…
By Early Investing on November 10, 2019
In this week’s Mailbag, the Early Investing team addresses startup funding rounds and whether Uber and Lyft are good buys.
By Andy Gordon on March 27, 2019
CNBC can’t decide whether IPOs are good or bad for investors. It ought to subscribe to Early Investing...