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Why Uber’s New CEO Is The Perfect Antidote To Travis Kalanick

All those connections make Brian Neider, Lead Edge Capital Partner, "super comfortable" and "pumped" with the choice, he told CNBC's "Squawk Box" on Monday, adding that it would be great for Uber


CNBC

Road ahead for Uber includes controlling Travis Kalanick

Ed Lee, Recode managing editor, and Brian Neider, Lead Edge Capital Partner, discuss Dara Khosrowshahi's new position as Uber's chief executive.


TheStreet

Uber Is Running On All Cylinders Even Without A CEO, Uber Investor Says

"The reality is the vast majority of people just want to get from point A to point B as quickly and as cheaply as possible," said Mitchell Green, managing partner of Uber


TheStreet

How Uber Is Printing Money Off Your Addiction

The bottom line is that Uber is making a lot of money off of riders because it doesn't have to pay to acquire them, they just keep coming back on their own


Financial Times

Uber investors hope Dara Khosrowshahi will unify fractured board

One shareholder, Mitchell Green of Lead Edge Capital, a firm that owns shares in Uber, said he was optimistic about Mr Khosrowshahi’s appointment but also wanted to see Uber’s board bring in


Financial Times

Dara Khosrowshahi, a family man taking the wheel at Uber

Dara Khosrowshahi is now Uber CEO. “He is super low-key, he is even-keeled, he is no bullshit,” said one shareholder, Mitchell Green of Lead Edge Capital, adding that the investors in his


Bloomberg

Lead Edge’s Green Not in a Rush for Uber to Go Public

Mitchell Green, Lead Edge Capital Management founding partner, discusses the outlook for Uber Technologies Inc. with Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn and Mark Barton on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)


Bloomberg

Full Show: Bloomberg Technology (09/01)

Lead Edge Capital Partner Mitchell Green comments at 9:10 about Uber's hiring of Dara Khosrowshahi as CEO, a potential IPO, and the future outlook for the company.


TheStreet

Alibaba Is ‘Building The Netflix Of China,’ Lead Edge Capital Partner Says

Alibaba Group Holding (BABA)  is quietly building up a side digital media and entertainment business in the world's most populous country. The number one Chinese e-commerce player is "building the Netflix (NFLX) of


TheStreet

Uber Investor Shrugs Off Negative Headlines, Says It’s ‘Still Killing It’

Uber Technologies Inc. may be a tech unicorn, but it's certainly not winning the Silicon Valley darling of the year award. "I've seen every negative headline you can write about a company," Mitchell


Wall Street Journal

Alibaba’s Net Income, Revenue Surge on Growth in Online Sales

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. reported a surge in revenue and profit on surprisingly strong online sales, sending its shares to new altitudes Thursday—a scenario few investors saw coming two years ago.


Bloomberg

Alibaba’s Grip on Consumers Drives Sales Past Estimates

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.’s hold over the online shopping habits of Chinese consumers drove quarterly sales and earnings that topped analyst estimates. “Alibaba Group is the best way to play the Chinese


TheStreet

Asia’s Richest Man Jack Ma Has Become Much Wealthier This Year – See The Number

Alibaba Group Holding  (BABA)  founder and executive chairman Jack Ma has further solidified his position as the richest man in Asia this year. "The company is absolutely crushing it," Lead Edge Capital


TheStreet

Alibaba’s Biggest Businesses Are on Fire

Alibaba's six core e-commerce businesses are on fire, accounting for the bulk of the company's quarterly revenue. Mitchell Green says: "This is a company that continues to under-promise and over-deliver." 


Financial Times

Alibaba sales rise on Chinese ecommerce boom

Alibaba beat expectations in Q2, while LEC Partner Mitchell Green shares his take in this article.


CNBC

There’s a lot for the bulls to be excited about in Apple today

Mitchell Green, Lead Edge Capital managing partner, discusses Apple's quarterly earnings and what they could signal for the future of the tech giant. CNBC's Josh Lipton also weighs in.


Wall Street Journal

Restaurants Put Software on the Menu

Lead Edge Capital leads $100m growth raise for Toast POS software in July 2017. If software is eating the world, then the restaurant industry may be one of its last items on


Fox Business

Uber has hit bottom, investor says

Lead Edge Capitol partner Brian Neider argues Uber can recover after PR disasters.