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What 15 Years of Y Combinator Investments Can Teach Us About Startups

What is YC choosing to invest in, and why?

Credit: Y Combinator via Wikimedia

There are thousands of smart people who could start companies and don’t, and with a relatively small amount of force applied at just the right place, we can spring on the world a stream of new startups that might otherwise not have existed.
Paul Graham, co-founder of Y…

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Eric Feng

Eric Feng

Current: Co-founder of @cymbalxyz, Co-founder of @GoldHouseCo Ventures. Past: @Meta (via Packagd), GP at @KleinerPerkins, and CTO of @Hulu and @Flipboard.

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