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When banks wouldn't bite on Kalpesh Kapadia's new credit scoring system, he started his own credit card company to prove that a person's potential is a better indicator of risk than having an outdated (or inaccessible) credit score.
When Chris Molaro set out to improve the connection between physical and mental health treatment, he hoped to increase follow-through and adoption. But his technology is now poised to identify more effective and faster-acting mental health solutions.
The story of how two Wharton Business School students struggled to find affordable and convenient seating options for their apartments but found a business idea instead.
Subscribe to Founders and Funders on iTunes, TuneIn, Stitcher, Google Play, iHeartRADIO, and Android Podcast Players. Episode Summary Though Alumni Ventures Group is now comprised of more than 20 venture capital funds, it started with just one: Green D Ventures. The idea was to create a new kind of venture fund, one based on affinity […]
Rob Bibow, a fourth generation Columbia grad, is helping fellow alums invest in an asset class that has long been inaccessible to even the most sophisticated investors.