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My Company Sold for $100 Million And I Got Zilch. How Can That Be?

Heidi Roizen answers your questions

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Dear Heidi:

I’m so raging mad right now my fingers can barely work the keyboard. Four years ago, I landed a VP of engineering job at a red-hot startup, for which I was granted options for 2% of the company. I’ve been toiling away all these years through the ups and…

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Heidi Roizen

Heidi Roizen

Partner at Threshold Ventures, Stanford Educator, Board Member, Mom, dog lover.

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