$9.2 billion Zoom’s second most powerful shareholder thinks CEO Eric Yuan is like Steve Jobs, but nicer (ZM)
|04/19/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Zoom started trading publicly on Thursday after pricing its IPO at a $9.2 billion valuation.
- The IPO was a boon for CEO Eric Yuan, who owns much of the company and holds nearly 20% of the voting power. The second most powerful investor is Emergence Capital Partners, a venture capital firm that once backed Salesforce and Box.
- We spoke to Emergence partner Santi Subotovsky about what sparked his interest in Zoom, and why Yuan reminds him of Apple cofounder Steve Jobs — only a nicer version.
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