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    1. Facebook Investors Want to Seize a Golden Opportunity to Fire Mark Zuckerberg as Chairman

      Facebook Investors Want to Seize a Golden Opportunity to Fire Mark Zuckerberg as Chairman
      • A second Facebook investor wants Mark Zuckerberg out as chairman.
      • Zuckerberg controls Facebook thanks to the way the company's stock is structured, meaning he has final say on the future direction of the company.
      • That's frustrating for activist investors who watched the Cambridge Analytica scandal wipe $60 billion off the firm's market cap over the past few weeks.
      • Now is a golden opportunity for those investors to gang up and call for Zuckerberg to step down...
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    2. Spotify Investor Lakestar won't be Selling its Shares — and Thinks it Should be a $100 Billion Company

      Spotify Investor Lakestar won't be Selling its Shares — and Thinks it Should be a $100 Billion Company
      • Music streaming company Spotify will go public today via a direct listing — meaning it won't issue new stock but will allow insiders to sell shares on the public market.
      • Small shareholder and early investor Lakestar will not be selling its shares.
      • Lakestar founder and CEO Klaus Hommels said he thinks Spotify can be a $100 billion company with 700 million subscribers...
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    3. Mark Zuckerberg Should Quit as Facebook Chairman, According to Shareholder with a $1 Billion Stake

      Mark Zuckerberg Should Quit as Facebook Chairman, According to Shareholder with a $1 Billion Stake
      • Head of New York City's pension fund investments thinks Mark Zuckerberg should step down as chairman of Facebook.
      • It's not going to happen — Zuckerberg owns a controlling stake of Facebook stock.
      • But the call shows the level of investor anger at Zuckerberg's handling of the data privacy crisis...
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      Mentions: CEO crisis Facebook
    4. An Early Stage Startup Investor Made its Term Sheet Public to Increase Transparency in Tech Investment

      An Early Stage Startup Investor Made its Term Sheet Public to Increase Transparency in Tech Investment

      Forward Partners

      • British venture capital firm Forward Partners has published a detailed pre-seed term sheet.
      • The public term sheet means founders can learn what to expect from a funding deal.

      Early stage startup investor Forward Partners has published its pre-seed term sheet, giving entrepreneurs a detailed look at what they can expect from a funding deal.

      You can see the term sheet below...

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      Mentions: Investment IPO UK
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