Angel Investment Network’s Weekly Twitter Roundup

Angel Investment News:  

  • YourStory conducted a survey to analyze how startups and entrepreneurs perceive VCs:
  • Stanford Professor David Cheriton explains why Google was such a smart investment:
  • Y Combinator founder Paul Graham thinks startup funding could get scarce after Facebook’s tepid post-IPO performance:
  • A federal regulatory meeting Wednesday is expected to shed light on how aggressively US startups can solicit funding:
  • Peter Thiel, an early angel investor in Facebook, nets $1 billion as he cashes out most stock:
  • Dave McClure is ripping VCs again: They’re f***ing arrogant and stupid a**holes:
  • Fred Wilson, investor behind the likes of Twitter & Foursquare, says venture capital funds have got too big:

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