2017 Midas List: The Top 20


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Sequoia Capital Jim Goetz retains top spot on the Midas List in 2017, three years after the monumental sale of WhatsApp to Facebook for nearly $22 billion. The deal is Midas legend, with Goetz, the only investor in the company, transforming $60 million over three rounds into more than $3 billion in Facebook stock. That returned Sequoia's $434 million 2010 fund six times over with one deal, making it one of the best deals in venture capital history. Goetz, however, announced in a January letter...

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2017 Midas List: The Top 20

Sequoia Capital Jim Goetz retains top spot on the Midas List in 2017, three years after the monumental sale of WhatsApp to Facebook for nearly $22 billion. The deal is Midas legend, with Goetz, the only investor in the company, transforming $60 million over three rounds into more than $3 billion in Facebook stock. That returned Sequoia's $434 million 2010 fund six times over with one deal, making it one of the best deals in venture capital history. Goetz, however, announced in a January letter...

www.forbes.com reports:

2017 Midas List: The Top 20

Sequoia Capital Jim Goetz retains top spot on the Midas List in 2017, three years after the monumental sale of WhatsApp to Facebook for nearly $22 billion. The deal is Midas legend, with Goetz, the only investor in the company, transforming $60 million over three rounds into more than $3 billion in Facebook stock. That returned Sequoia's $434 million 2010 fund six times over with one deal, making it one of the best deals in venture capital history. Goetz, however, announced in a January letter...

www.forbes.com reports:

2017 Midas List: The Top 20

Sequoia Capital Jim Goetz retains top spot on the Midas List in 2017, three years after the monumental sale of WhatsApp to Facebook for nearly $22 billion. The deal is Midas legend, with Goetz, the only investor in the company, transforming $60 million over three rounds into more than $3 billion in Facebook stock. That returned Sequoia's $434 million 2010 fund six times over with one deal, making it one of the best deals in venture capital history. Goetz, however, announced in a January letter...