11/02/17 – Thursday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • "The Russians Have Succeeded Beyond Their Wildest Expectations" (politi.co)
  • The vanity of ARR. (medium)
  •  Pro-Russian Lobbyist Is Still Lurking Around the White House (thedailybeast)
  • Why there is a role for liberal arts majors in technology. (ft)
  • How to raise a seed round. (medium)
  • Brexit was not the voice of the working class nor of the uneducated — it was of the squeezed middle (blogs.lse.ac.uk)
  • Little star, big planet (syfy)
  • Why founders need to understand how equity works. (stripe)
  • Ready for the golden years? 8 facts on retirement savings (abcnews.go)
  • Facebook Is Still In Denial About Fake News (bloomberg)
  • No need for a pitch: introducing capital-as-a-service. (medium)
  • A decent offer to buy your company is rare. (saastr)
  • Kelsey Campbell-Dollaghan, "You can have all the data and science on your side, and a great idea, but if you don’t understand your audience and invest real time in talking to them about what they really need and how your data relates to those needs, they won’t use your tools." (fastcodesign)
  • Why Google and Amazon Aren’t in the Dow (bloomberg)
  • 5 tips to nail a product launch. (medium)
  • How women investing in woman-led VC funds will change the industry for the better. (sumzero)
  • Steve Case’s ‘Rise of the Rest’ is raising a big seed fund. (venturebeat)
  • How Craig Shapiro of Collective Fund got into technology. (collaborativefund)

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