Jared Steffes
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How serious is your fresh, new startup? And the art of the Trigger Clause. Cliff notes: The things I learned from the following story involves working with friends, evaluating the commitment of partners early, outside the box founder share distribution, keeping very strong... Read the Full Post
Matt  Schley
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Northwestern and Booth Professor’s Novel Approach to the Equity Agreement In Slicing Pie, Northwestern and Booth School of Business professor Mike Moyer describes the process by which young start-up companies should tackle the often mismanaged problem of... Read the Full Post
edward lisberg
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In Search of Grunts Have a well developed concept, FRD, and looking for suggestions where to find highly motivated, experienced entrepreneurial programmer to code, etc in exchange for equity? Read the Full Post
Mike Moyer
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How to Use a Dynamic Equity Split Program So Everyone Gets What They Deserve While there hasn’t been much written about dynamic equity splits they are hands down the most fair way to divide up shares in a start-up company among founders, early employees, partners and anyone... Read the Full Post
Mike Moyer
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Slicing Pie: A Guide to Dividing Up Early-Stage Start-up Equity Not long ago, I was approached by one of my students at Northwestern, who was distraught over a situation in a fledging company that she had started in my entrepreneurship class. Her group had... Read the Full Post

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