Data Sheet—Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Your regular host, Adam Lashinsky, is on assignment. Erin Griffith is a writer at Fortune.

Just over a year ago, Mark Cuban declared in a not-at-all hyperbolic blog post that we're in a tech bubble worse than the dotcom bubble of 2000 because poor angel investors (who are still required to be accredited investors with $1 million in the bank) don't know what they're in for when they buy illiquid startup stock.

Now he's worried about the exact opposite: Poor startups will have their creativity...


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