Yammer's David Sacks To Join Us At Disrupt SF

Yammer's David Sacks To Join Us At Disrupt SF

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New One of the most rational voices in the Valley, David Sacks has hit many of the commonly agreed upon entrepreneurial “milestones,” and he’s only 40. Sacks is part of a mafia (PayPal), he’s had a pivot (MyGeni) and he’s won a TechCrunch startup competition, back when it was TechCrunch 50....
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