Daily Crunch: After Musk puts it to a vote, 57% of Twitter poll respondents tell him to resign

Daily Crunch: After Musk puts it to a vote, 57% of Twitter poll respondents tell him to resign

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December is getting too long, Christmas music is on every radio station, and poinsettias have reached full bloom. It seems like the year is coming to an end, and we for one are happy to see it go. Let’s take the last 300 hours of the year and let’s start to think about the next year. — Christine And Haje

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Startup founder life is never boring. This is doubly true for Black founders who often struggle to raise funds and get noticed. Dominic-Madori reports. She conducted a mini-survey for the new year Find out what Black founders expect in 2023. All three founders raised the same concerns: the economy, the environment, and equality.

Connie Fabrice Grinda, a serial entrepreneur from France and New York, was a conversationanger. He co-founded the free classifieds site OLX, now owned by Prosus, and has been building up FJ Labs, his venture company. He often compares the outfit with An angel investor “at scale,” meaning that there are many angel investors. “We don’t lead, price, or take board seats. After two one-hour meetings, we decide whether to invest or not.

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Three Black founders predict that VC will not change in 2023

A rising tide lifts all waters, but when venture capital stops flowing freely, founders who are underrepresented are often left on dry ground.

Dominic-Madori Davis spoke with three Black founders in order to get their thoughts about the current funding landscape as well as the top issues they are concerned about as we enter the new year.

  • Vernon Coleman, founder and CEO of Realtime
  • Resilia’s founder and CEO, Sevetri Wilson
  • Pinnu Analytics founder and CEO Abimbola Adebayo

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Delete on WhatsApp did not always mean delete for everyone. WhatsApp allows you to undo You can delete your files if you move too quickly. Jagmeet Writers claim that the “new feature called ‘accidental deletion’ gives users a five-second window to reverse the action of deleting messages in an individual or group chat and let them delete them for all.”

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