The Information has a story today about Justin Caldbeck, of Binary Capital that should have been greeted with far more outrage than it has been. Frankly, the story should have been written with more outrage than it was.
The headline -- “Silicon Valley Women Tell of VC’s Unwanted Advances” -- is almost Onion-like in it’s “yeah, well, duh” quality.
It’s only after reading past the paywall that you realize the extent of the “well-connected” Silicon Valley venture capitalist’s “advances”.
Uber has once again got a serious problem in the Indian capital of New Delhi. A driver has been arrested after a female passenger accused him of sexual harassment last weekend. The driver – identified as Vinod Kumar from Satya Nagar...
Joe Lonsdale, the technology executive best known as the co-founder of Palantir and a partner of venture capital firm Formation 8, has been accused of gender violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment, and other charges in a civil ...
Venture capitalists Jonathan Teo and Justin Caldbeck are planning to launch a new fund that will focus on consumer technology. The news was first reported by Fortune and was confirmed to TechCrunch by two sources. Read More
Jonathan Teo and Justin Caldbeck, the fund’s investors, believe the best entrepreneurs are driven by a vision, and they look for those hoping to make a global impact.