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Saturday, July 1, 2017

McClure steps back at 500 Startups after internal sexual misconduct investigation | TechCrunch

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 Dave McClure, the founder and public face of 500 Startups — one of the most prolific and best-known accelerator programs for early stage companies — has stepped away from managing the firm he set up (and largely built in his own image). McClure is the latest venture capitalist to be ensnared in the industry’s investigations into alleged sexual misconduct by investors with… Read More
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