The Equity Equation: How Much Stock Should People Get?

Highly useful mini-essay from Paul Graham on the “equity equation”: how much stock should early-stage companies give people, when, and why. Paul bring some useful numerical analysis to a subject that is usually mostly arm-waving and “I heard that…” rhetoric.

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Comments

  1. Rafael Montoya says:

    According to this essay, now I can sustain numerically why my business deals suck.