Last week Dropbox went public and Drew Houston, its CEO joined a very small club of entrepreneurs that took their startup from idea to IPO.
The new federal tax reform is going to create awkward discussions at review time in 2018. Take a look at a typical senior engineer, who makes $340K
Feuds among co-founders are the leading cause of early startup death (lack of traction is a close second). Sometimes the startup survives, the skeletons of disgraced co-founders are buried, and all the public hears is another great success story. Until the real story surfaces years later, in all its glorious details, through the excruciating record of a lawsuit.