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MAR 20, 2015 - Business Insider

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How a PayPal 'Mafia' member helped this 26-year-old build an $865 million startup

Not many people have the luxury of working with the Paypal "Mafia," the big shots from early days of the payment company that sold to eBay for $1.5 billion in 2002. But for those who do, like Mixpanel’s 26-year old CEO Suhail Doshi, it meant the difference between zero and $835 million. In the spring of 2008, Suhail Doshi received ...

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MAR 20, 2015 - Business Insider

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How a PayPal 'Mafia' member helped this 26-year-old build an $835 million startup

Not many people have the luxury of working with the Paypal "Mafia," the big shots from early days of the payment company that sold to eBay for $1.5 billion in 2002. But for those who do, like Mixpanel’s 26-year old CEO Suhail Doshi, it meant the difference between zero and $835 million. In the spring of 2008, Suhail Doshi received ...

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MAR 19, 2015 - Business Insider

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10 things in tech you need to know today (AAPL, FB)

Good morning! It's a calm and cloudy day in London. Here's the tech news you need to know this Thursday. 1. Uber had a bad day yesterday. The ride-hailing service was declared illegal in Germany, its offices were raided by French police in Paris, and founder Travis Kalanick was charged with running an 'illegal' taxi service in South Korea. But ...

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MAR 18, 2015 - Business Insider

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Top Silicon Valley investor Keith Rabois: Software will replace doctors and lawyers

According to Keith Rabois, a Khosla Ventures partner and former executive at LinkedIn, PayPal, and Square, areas that require human expert judgment, like healthcare and law, are most likely to see disruption in the coming years. "One of the most interesting things we’ve noticed over the last decade is the ability of math and machines to replace human judgment, particularly ...

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