Benchmark’s Bill Gurley On GameStop Frenzy, Robinhood’s Model And Direct Listing

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    Feb.05 — Benchmark Capital general partner Bill Gurley shares perspective on retail investors, Robinhood’s business model and the recent IPO pops of technology companies. He also discusses what the future of Inc may look like without Jeff Bezos as CEO. Gurley speaks with Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”

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