By Mich Atagana
In late August, it emerged that the New York Attorney General had charged SA entrepreneur Eran Eyal with fraud. While CEO of design crowdsourcing site Springleap, the attorney general’s charges allege that Eyal defrauded investors of more than $600 000.
People close to Eyal were shocked at the allegations, but if they prove true then this incident is just the latest in a string which point to a wider problem in the tech space.
For the longest time, big tech companies and the wider startup ecosystems around them have focused, almost unrelentingly, on growth. With growth, the wider public was promised would come […]
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