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rickcolosimo
COO for women's health medical companies. Independent director on boards mediating among founders and investors. I simplify complexity and make decisions.
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Most unintentionally ironic thing I’ll hear today: “It made him seem authentic.“
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rickcolosimo Nov 29
From a corporate finance and independent director perspective, I always feel vaguely uncomfortable when companies (or their lawyers) talk about wanting to maintain control as if it's their company and not the shareholders'. The board works for the shareholders.
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VIVA EVE Nov 29
-> A 2017 survey commissioned by the Society of International Radiology found that 20 percent of women believe that hysterectomy is the only treatment for uterine fibroids. Not true. You DO have surgical and non-surgical options to treat your fibroids. L…
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rickcolosimo Nov 29
Given the risks of data breaches (~100% over some arbitrary time period), I'm surprised at the number of SAAS companies that don't have tech hardened to pretty obvious standards, e.g. Encrypt on disk, anyone?
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rickcolosimo Nov 21
Taking a biker gang's colors when you can't get them for murder () makes as much sense as outlawing lawful gun ownership when you can't teach people not to kill others, with or without guns.
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rickcolosimo Nov 19
Replying to @scifri
Dolphins control more territory!
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Emily White Nov 19
w/ Olympic Gold Medalist clients! xo
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rickcolosimo Nov 14
Congratulations to a great team!
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Autism Speaks Nov 14
Are you on the spectrum & seeking employment? This tool kit provides you with tools and tips
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rickcolosimo Nov 14
If you organize your days like this, it must be because you want to.
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rickcolosimo Nov 14
I'd say fully diluted means "the capitalization of the company on an as-converted to common stock basis, assuming the conversion and exercise of all convertible or exercisable securities." But don't take my word for it: defines it here
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rickcolosimo Nov 14
And your definition isn't right, either.
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rickcolosimo Nov 14
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rickcolosimo Nov 14
Oh, *I* know. I've been doing this work for 20 years. I'm not sure all your implementation team does. And so seeing an ad for you reminded me that clients have to second-guess who they're getting to implement.
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rickcolosimo Nov 14
Replying to @cartainc
That only works if your team understands what “fully diluted” means. Color me skeptical so far.
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rickcolosimo Nov 14
I don’t know from Adam, but that’s a presidential one-liner.
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rickcolosimo Nov 13
In law school, one of my superpowers was finding mis-italicized periods on resumes for classmates. I am not amused by this amusing anecdote:
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rickcolosimo Nov 13
Thanks and - the hard part seems to be differentiating between really useful doc assembly as we conceive it and "mere" templating solutions, and between tools that a lawyer can use directly and those that need deeper and different skills.
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rickcolosimo Nov 13
I've seen the phrase "gold standard" applied way too loosely lately. Improve your diction, writers, or someone's going to ask for receipts, in public.
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rickcolosimo Nov 13
What other document-assembly choices are there besides and and the superb, but non-scalable, work of and ? looks promising, too.
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