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  1. Was Cathie Wood Right About Crypto As An Issue In 2024 White House Race? 'You Can't Be On The Wrong Side Of Young People And Win An Election'

    By Chris Katje In recent weeks, several items have pointed to the cryptocurrency sector becoming a bigger issue for politicians ahead of the 2024 election. Ark Invest Founder Cathie Wood told Benzinga this would be the case with a prediction made back in August 2023. What Happened:
  2. From 'Billion-Dollar Mistake' To $300M Exit: The Early Entrepreneurial Experiences Of Benzinga Co-Founder Jason Raznick

    By Natan Ponieman You might not have heard of the Razzie, but that's the name Benzinga co-founder Jason Raznick gave to his first invention: a device developed in the early 90s that could digitally record TV programs. Raznick never patented the idea, and it was eventually developed
  3. Here's How Much Cathie Wood, Ark Invest Flagship Fund Missed By Selling Nvidia Early

    By Chris Katje Ark Invest CEO Cathie Wood has been praised for her recognition of innovation markets and growth sectors such as artificial intelligence. Wood saw a potential growth industry in AI for NVIDIA Corp (NASDAQ: NVDA ) earlier than many. The bad news for Wood and investors i
  4. EXCLUSIVE: Marshall Sandman's Journey From Goldman Sachs To Animal Capital Venture Fund - Teaming With Celebrities To Revive Woolly Mammoth

    By Chris Katje After several years of working at Goldman Sachs , fresh out of Cornell University, Marshall Sandman knew he wanted to do something else. Through cold emails, Sandman was able to gain the attention of Ashton Kutcher and launch his own venture fund. The Early Days: Sand
  5. EXCLUSIVE: Former Trump Ally Scaramucci Criticizes Presidential Candidate Lineup: '2024 Election Is Going To Be Between Demented And Dementia'

    By Chris Katje Recent election polls suggest that voters might see a repeat of the 2020 presidential matchup, with Donald Trump and Joe Biden appearing as the leading candidates for the 2024 presidential race. Former Trump ally and White House Director of Communications Anthony Sca