Startup outcomes are, by definition, unpredictable. Working at a startup means getting in early for something that has yet to be proven, which means it could have great risks … and potentially, great rewards. But owning part of a company isn’t a static, fixed thing; it’s fluid, and there are a number of factors that could change the overall ownership equation over time. Every startup is unique, every situation has unknown variables, and new data will always change the economic outcomes. So here’s how the economics behind ownership works.
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