These six recommendations for how to fire a founding CEO would really have been helpful to HBO’s Ballers.
If you thought episode 1 of HBO’s Silicon Valley had a lot of legal issues, episode 2 will blow you away. Titled “Terms of Service,” the show continues its downward progression into becoming a legal dramedy. Privacy, IP, corporate espionage and "gross" violation of a federal law are just a few of the legal issues discussed inside.
The Founder, the story of the man who took McDonald's from a single obscure location and made it into a household name, has the same themes as a modern day tech startup; high hopes, best intentions, friction between the “engineers” and the business, betrayal, power struggle, and ultimately the re-writing of history.
Just as with countless startups where one founder is pushed out and erased from history, the McDonald brothers had multiple opportunities to stop their own demise. Here are 5 things entrepreneurs can do to avoid stumbling in their footsteps:
Co-founding a startup is like getting married. You go from spending some time together, to spending all your time together, in a small space, and sharing your finances. In such a high-pressure environment, disputes are guaranteed. Here are five steps to keep small disagreements from becoming full-fledged brawls.