No More Startup Business Says Silicon Valley's Startup Pandit

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Bangalore: ‘What happened to make kids' dreams so mundane? It is not much fun running a business’ says Paul Graham in an interview given to Inc. magazine. He is the co-founder of Combinator and has rich experience in working with startup teams for years. Here are a few of things he said in his interview addressing the young minds wanting to establish a startup.



To the question on ever had he missed the excitement on building a startup himself, Graham replied with a little frustrated tone that it is much easy to be an investor than to start a company.



 He added that he sort of started a company as Y Combinator has grown huge and states that he is least interested in taking risk. He also said that ‘we’re not serving data to paying customers or dealing with issues that blow up in the middle of the night’.



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