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WeWork Cos. co-founder Adam Neumann

Here’s who gets rich if WeWork has a successful IPO

If investors love the idea of buying WeWork's parent company, We, when it goes public, a handful of people and investors stand to make a killing.
GitHub cofounder CEO Chris Wanstrath

A former top GitHub lawyer claims she was fired for asking for equal pay, lawsuit says

GitHub's former Associate General Counsel is suing GitHub alleging that that the company underpaid her in stock and then fired her for asking for equal pay.
Apple CEO Tim Cook.

Tim Cook has collected over $650 million in Apple stock since he became CEO as he’s led the company to be worth over $1 trillion

Among tech executives, only Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been paid more over that time period.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg

The median pay at Facebook is more than $240,000 a year

Facebook has an CEO-to-median-employee pay ratio of 37:1, it has revealed.

When Spotify goes public, it should be very good for these 8 people and investors

These are the early employees and investors in Swedish music streaming service Spotify that will get big windfalls after its IPO.
WeWork cofounders Miguel McKelvey and Adam Neumann

WeWork’s cofounder on the company’s $20 billion valuation: ‘Who gives a s—?’

WeWork's cofounder Miguel McKelvey says that the company's valuation "doesn't affect me and the business I'm trying to do."
Fred Wilson of Union Square Ventures spoke out against the RSU provision in the Senate's tax bill.

Republicans have removed the controversial part of the tax bill that had tech startups up in arms

A controversial portion of the Senate tax reform bill that would've taxed stock options and RSUs as soon as they vested has been removed.

The cult of Evan: What life is like inside Snap right now

Snap CEO Evan Spiegel will face a referendum on his absolute power when insiders get the chance to finally sell stock after the company's IPO lock-up is lifted.

Controversial Tanium CEO explains why he and his dad have total control of their $4 billion startup

Orion Hindawi, CEO of Cyber security startup Tanium, doesn't believe in pampering employees.

Facebook admitted all the stock it gives employees is a real business cost, and it could make some other companies look bad

Following Google's lead, Facebook is making a significant change in how it talks about its financial health with investors.