A curious article in the Wall Street Journal this morning tries to make something out of nothing.
Well, not nothing. But certainly not anything new.
The setting: Silicon Valley venture capitalists Andreessen Horowitz say they prefer startups where founders have controlling stakes, with the logic that a founder with more skin in the game will be more dedicated to developing a great product, instead of sitting back and letting the profits roll in on someone else's watch.
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