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Zenefits tackles another founder pain point with automated stock option management

There are things only founders understand about building a company. Some of them are abstract, like the psychological toll of carrying the the responsibility of employees’ livelihoods and investors capital on your shoulders. 1,123 more words

Tech

Xero plans on a U.S. IPO for 2015

Xero announced today that the rumors are true: It’s planning on filing for a U.S. initial public offering in 2015.

The announcement is a major bid for the U.S. 454 more words

Business

Now That I Ride a Bike to Work

Nobody likes bike people. I’m not even sure bike people like bike people.

Nonetheless, I have recently become a bike person. As an occupant of the fantasyland known as Silicon Valley, I have company perks that would make the average American worker cringe, explode with envy, and/or punch me in the face. 489 more words

Humor

After 17 years, Bill Campbell steps down from Apple's board

Bill Campbell recalls Steve Jobs’ invitation to join Apple’s board of directors as the kind of request that “takes your breath away.”

It was 1997, shortly after Jobs had returned to Apple. 1,043 more words

Tech

7 Word Review: Mint (App)

Mint

Created by:  Mint Software, Inc.

7 Word Synopsis:  Easy, useful, at-a-glance personal financial status app.

7 Word Review:  Worth far more than the free price. 96 more words

Review

Brad Smith: Getting rid of friction

Consider how remarkable Intuit’s story is: A specialized financial software company is founded in the era of VisiCalc and Lotus 1-2-3, and after 30 years it hasn’t been disrupted, been bought, or run out of business. 2,288 more words

Management

Intuit ranks 8th in India’s Best Companies to work for in 2014

Bangalore, India, June 30, 2014: Intuit, a leading provider of business and financial management solutions for small and mid-sized businesses, has been ranked #8 in “India’s Best Companies to Work For in 2014” list by the Great Place to Work Institute in association with The Economic Times. This …