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Chris Sacca
Christopher Sacca (born May 12, 1975) is a former American venture investor, company advisor and entrepreneur as well as a former lawyer. He is the proprietor of Lowercase Capital, a venture capital fund in the United States that has invested in seed and early-stage technology companies such as Twitter, Uber, Instagram, Twilio, and Kickstarter. As of 2017, he has appeared as a Guest Shark on ABC's Shark Tank.
Legendary interview from TWIST #291 Part 2
This video is from 2012 but it is a classic. In Part 2 he digs into the business of Google, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo, his political affliations and more.