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The 'messy' way a former Goldman Sachs employee grew a $150 million startup, then turned half his employees into millionaires

Business Insider Sunday, 19 March 2017
The 'messy' way a former Goldman Sachs employee grew a $150 million startup, then turned half his employees into millionairesScott Belsky is an early investor in startups such as Uber, Pinterest, and Warby Parker who began his career at Goldman Sachs.

He realized quickly that Goldman wasn't for him, so he spent the next four years saving $18,000. He used the money and some help from those close to him to quit and bootstrap a startup called Behance....
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