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What to do When a Tech Giant Decides to Eat Your Lunch

Author : Mark Suster An edited version of this post originally ran on TechCrunch. This version has some additional details on a portfolio company I’ve invested in, which are disclosed below. WWDC. The annual Apple event where no real hints … Continue reading

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The Harder I Work, The Luckier I Get

Author : Mark Suster Overnight success. It’s one of the biggest myths in the tech industry. It’s an ongoing struggle to overcome this bias. I say “struggle to overcome” because I care about young people entering our industry with a set of … Continue reading

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You Need to Win the Battle for Share of Mind

Author : Mark Suster This article first appeared on TechCrunch.  I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the proliferation of starutps in the past 2 years. It seems almost incomprehensible that only 2.5 years ago we read the “RIP Good … Continue reading

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