Crypto firm Coinbase became the latest Bay Area company to make working from home permanent, saying that it would become a “remote-first” organization that would let employees decide where to work. CEO Brian Armstrong said in a blog post that the transition to working from home as the pandemic took hold was “less complicated” than expected. While any employee who wants to work from an office...
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Crypto and AI-Focused Sequoia Partner Is Leaving the Firm
Sequoia Capital partner Divya Gupta is leaving the firm just weeks after the storied venture capital firm apologized to limited partners about its $214 million investment in the now-bankrupt crypto exchange FTX. Gupta worked on seed- and early-stage investments in cryptocurrency and artificial intelligence at Sequoia, and has worked at the firm for under a year. A Sequoia spokesperson said he...
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