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When Josh Gottheimer won election to Congress in 2016, his victory was a bright spot on an otherwise dismal Election Day for.

23 Jan 2020.

Era of mega-funded, money-losing unicorn start-ups is coming to an end.

That means, as investors and executives scrutinize those results, the era of.

It raised $14 billion before it went public and then $8 billion in its IPO.

16 Jul 2019.

ESTIMATED 2018 REVENUE: $8 million.

In 2016, the company brought in an outside chief executive, Alan Naumann, formerly CEO of online fraud detection.

“We definitely lost a few pounds when we were first starting up.

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Many failed CEOs of one startup may go on to found bigger and better companies — but some don't. Here are seven tech executives who lost.

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The company was KanDoo and I lost more than $8mm. It was a.

24 Oct 2019.

The sudden loss of faith in the company's model and its CEO Adam.

plunged from $47 billion in January to less than $8 billion this week.

Immediate past Chief Executive Officer of Asante Kotoko, George Amoako has said he is not surprised that he was dismissed.

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Missteps, U-turns and fears for the PM’s health leave senior party members openly muttering he may have to go.

11 Apr 2019.

Uber continues to lose billions of dollars despite its significant growth to 91.

and bike and scooter sharing, after it acquired start-up Jump in April last year. Dara Khosrowshahi, its chief executive officer, admitted that there.



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