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And that's the problem. Being good at "raising money and spinning businesses around" doesn't mean these guys are good at making new technologies or constructing profitable businesses in the long term.

Of course, but this is extremely common. Most money changing hands in the form of investments isn't very productive. Ultra successful hacker startups are the exception, not the norm.

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