• Why the leaders of an HR tech startup bet on failed founders

    7 days ago - By Business Insider

    Insider
    Neha Sharma, Rippling's head of people.
    Courtesy of Rippling
    Failed ventures can have silver linings: they build skills that some companies actively seek out.
    More than 32 employees at HR tech company Rippling are failed founders.
    Insider spoke with the company's cofounder and CTO and head of people to learn why.
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