What's Tough And Awesome About Being A Well-Known Couple In Silicon Valley

What's Tough And Awesome About Being A Well-Known Couple In Silicon Valley

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New What's it like when two well-known startup founders live under the same roof? Brit and Dave Morin first met a few years ago. Their first date was over coffee, talking about technology. Now they're married. Both worked for Apple. Dave went on to work for Facebook, then he launched mobile...
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