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Varun Fatehpuria
My views are my own | | Alum | All things VC, Tech, Startups | Contrarian (and hopefully right) | Work-In-Progress.
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Varun Fatehpuria Nov 16
you know it’s real when you see 10 consecutive tweets on your timeline on a product that’s not out until 2020.
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Scott Kupor Nov 15
Thanks for sharing - a must-read for anyone in the investment world!
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Shira Ovide Nov 15
Another friendly reminder that startup "valuation" is utter fiction.
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Varun Fatehpuria Nov 14
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Ryan Hoover Nov 13
This is insane: 😳
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Tracy Chou 👩🏻‍💻 Nov 9
twitter's product prioritization is like when you have super important shit to do but it's too stressful to deal so you procrastinate by doing everything else
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Varun Fatehpuria Nov 12
How Deutsche Bank’s high-stakes gamble went wrong
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Stanford Business Nov 10
Moderate growth, compounded over time, is the key. Fast money returns can decay the ability to think, can decay your long term objectives. Go slow and steady to solve hard problems. –, Founder & CEO
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Techmeme Nov 10
Alibaba breaks its Singles Day record with sales reaching $18B in 12 hours, already surpassing 2016 Singles Day sales of $17.8B ( / TechCrunch)
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Varun Fatehpuria Nov 9
Replying to @alexrkonrad @Forbes
he’s reached a point to the extent he’d sue anyone who says/writes anything negative about him
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Varun Fatehpuria Nov 8
Replying to @danprimack
this guy never tires of lawsuits
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Farhad Manjoo (feat. Drake) Nov 6
Saudi Money Fuels the Tech Industry. It’s Time to Ask Why. My column
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Varun Fatehpuria Nov 6
Replying to @stevesi
users will eventually learn to reconfigure their habits to fit FaceID workings
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Varun Fatehpuria Nov 5
Replying to @CaseyNewton
wasn’t it obvious to people that he had some Russian connects from the very beginning. being amplified for no reason
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Varun Fatehpuria Nov 5
Replying to @CaseyNewton
q: what happens going fwd ? will founders still accept DST monies ?
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The Wall Street Journal Nov 4
After months of merger talks with T-Mobile, billionaire Masayoshi Son was unwilling to give up control of Sprint
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Sam Altman Nov 4
A thing I learned advising startups that generalizes: people get the most upset when you tell them true things they wish were false.
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Varun Fatehpuria Nov 2
Replying to @sacca @fmanjoo
did you get any email to invest in it similar to the snap one ?
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Chris Said Oct 31
Fire alarms aren't useful because they tell you there's fire. They're useful because they tell you it's socially acceptable to react.
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The Economist Oct 30
Seventeen years after Vladimir Putin first became president, his grip on Russia is stronger than ever
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