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
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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.
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
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
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."
Alibaba sales rise on Chinese ecommerce boom
Alibaba beat expectations in Q2, while LEC Partner Mitchell Green shares his take in this article.
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.
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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
Uber has hit bottom, investor says
Lead Edge Capitol partner Brian Neider argues Uber can recover after PR disasters.
Can Uber ever make money?
Mitchell Green, an Uber investor and a partner at Lead Edge Capital, says that his thesis is that the ride-hailing market will keep growing — and both Uber and Lyft will benefit.
Lead Edge’s Mehta Wants Sheryl Sandberg to Be Uber CEO
Nimay Mehta, Lead Edge Capital partner, discusses what Travis Kalanick's resignation means for the future of Uber Technologies Inc. He speaks with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde on "Bloomberg Technology." (Source: Bloomberg)
Full Show: Bloomberg Technology (06/21)
Lead Edge Capital's Nimay Mehta comments on Uber and the changes in leadership on Bloomberg Tech Live.
Full Show: Bloomberg Technology (06/20)
Brian Neider, Lead Edge Capital partner, joins Emily Chang to discuss Alibaba in the U.S. & their summit in Detroit to open the Chinese market to US companies.
Despite scandals, Uber investor says most users just ‘want to get from point A to point B’
Neider, partner at Lead Edge Capital, spoke in a CNBC interview Wednesday, the morning after a revolt by five major investors forced Kalanick to step down as head of the ride-hailing company.
Why Jack Ma Is Wooing Small Businesses in the U.S.
Brian Neider, Lead Edge Capital partner, discuss Jack Ma's U.S. jobs push with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
Bloomberg Technology (06/15)
Lead Edge Capital's Mitchell Green starts at 4:15 as he joins Emily Chang on Bloomberg Technology to discuss tech markets, Alibaba, Uber & Grab.
Lead Edge’s Green Sees Big Opportunity for Grab in Asia
Mitchell Green, Lead Edge Capital partner, comments on Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma possibly teaming up with SoftBank's Masayoshi Son in a $1.5 billion investment in ride-hailing startup Grab. He speaks with Bloomberg's
Lost item finder Tile grabs another $25 million in funding
After $100M in revenue in 2016 & 10M devices sold, Tile raises $25M in new funding.