Founders at Work: Stories of Startups’ Early Days

Founders at Work

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Jessica Livingston gives you unprecedented access to every giant in Silicon Valley — how did they start? What were their challenges? How did they overcome these challenges? Discover the story of Hotmail, Yahoo, Flickr, PayPal and many more through Founders at work. This isn’t just a book of their story, it’s an inspiration for every individual who has an idea.

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