Tag: startups

Risk Distribution & Opportunity Costs in Entrepreneurship

Risk Distribution In WIRED, “One Startup’s Struggle to Survive the Silicon Valley Gold Rush” by  Gideon Lewis-Kraus is a very long read for a magazine article but works to compare/contrast the social and economic lives of tech startup founders and employees at larger tech companies. Here’s a passage that stuck with me for hours after reading the

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Human Capital in Biotech: Recycle, Reuse, Reduce

A recent blog post called The Entrepreneurial Diaspora Enabled By Biotech M&A by Bruce Booth, a Partner at Atlas Venture, got me thinking about leadership talent in biotech hubs. Bruce talks about the “recycling” of talent from existing biotechs to new startups after M&A and provides some interesting examples from teams at companies in the

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