Twitch co-founder Justin Kan on how to navigate through the acquisition process.
Tips from Justin Kan on convincing the partners that you're a founder who can build a big business.
Take control of these meetings by laying down the ground rules of how they’re run.
What to know about selling your stock to back your company or another buyer before going public.
Twitch and Atrium co-founder Justin Kan on how your all-hands can shape company culture.
Put your company in position to attract talent, garner investment capital, and build teams.
Techniques from serial entrepreneur Justin Kan to produce the best fundraising results.
Ellen Pao on why diversity and inclusion should be a priority—and how to be proactive.
A Stripe and Apple veteran, Tara Teich joins LTSE to oversee the engineering team.
How founders treat people now will affect perceptions of the company in the post-pandemic world.
Advice on building a culture-driven hiring plan and onboarding talent remotely.
Tips on giving back and taking action from Airbnb's Director of 21st Century Community Initiatives.
How Hiringplan.io can help strategize everything from benefits to financial plans.
Eric Ries, LTSE's CEO, on playing the long game in uncertain times.
David Heinemeier Hansson, creator of Ruby on Rails and Basecamp on competition, growth, and more.
TaskRabbit co-founder and Guideline CEO on work-life balance, decision-making, and focus.
SVP of Product, Asheesh Birla, on the internet of value, crypto exchanges, and decentralization.
Segment co-founder, Peter Reinhardt, on the early days, finding product-market fit, and fundraising.
YouTube founder Steve Chen on how he started the company, how he scaled it, and the Google deal.
Zuora's CEO talks storytelling, the subscription economy, and why founders should “date” their VC.
Hunter Walk on misconceptions about seed investing, appreciating the journey, and Conan O’Brien.
What founders wish they had known.
Growing companies is just as important as starting companies.
Co-founder and CEO of Reddit Steve Huffman shares tips on running and building a startup.
A lot of people ask me how I choose to invest in startups. Here's my formula.
The 7-factor test to determine the primary beneficiary of interns at a for-profit company.
Examples of ways to make the interview process beneficial for everyone.
Prioritize balance, facilitate creativity, and motivate teams with context about their impact.
An Elegant Puzzle author Will Larson on ways to handle the challenges engineering managers face.
The default rule in the United States between an employer and employee.
How to raise more money with less dilution.
What you should care about now, and what you can leave for later.
Get the process correct from the start to avoid mistakes later.
A look at the types of acceleration and the market trends that surround each.
Along with preferred shares, common stock is one of the main types of stock a company can issue.
It refers to the number of shares that a company sets aside to issue in the future.
It's the provision that explains why most stock vests in four years with a one-year cliff.
A look at this feature of preferred stock that specifies how much the holder is entitled to be paid.
You can pay for shares with your invention. Here are some considerations that come into play.
How founders are issued and own their shares.
A critical snapshot of who holds what securities of a company at a given time.
How to assess a company's value in order to set the price of common stock shares.
Vesting is a contractual mechanism by which a person earns the right to keep their company equity.
Tips on pitching investors from partners at Benchmark, NEA, Andreessen Horowitz, and Accel.
Your term sheet provides a foundation for future rounds of financing. Here's how to get it right.
Having a better plan can improve your valuation, and help you build a better company.
Bessemer Ventures Partner Ethan Kurzweil on why raising too much money can hurt, too.
Strategies for pricing your products, starting with a primer on value metrics from ProfitWell's CEO.
A guide to understanding the measures that compel investors to invest in startups.
From gauging your readiness to refining your narrative, this guide can help.
One important question—and seven steps to get on the path to fundraising in the U.S.
Lessons from founders they wish they had known themselves.