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Michael Moritz - Quotes

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History shows that there is no more potent engine for reform than the passion of voters who feel betrayed by the politicians they hoped would do the right thing. ---->>>

It's obviously unfair to paint with a broad brush here, but the germ of an idea for a breakthrough in technology doesn't come out of a business school curriculum. It comes out of a laboratory or a math lecture or a physics tutorial.

It's obviously unfair to paint with a broad brush here, but the germ of an idea for a breakthrough in technology doesn't come out of a business school curriculum. It comes out of a laboratory or a math lecture or a physics tutorial.

All you need do is listen to very smart people and sift out the ideas that are unworthy or implausible, and I wouldn't pretend for a moment that I hadn't made lots of mistakes and there are companies, perhaps, that we had been investors in. ---->>>

My undergraduate degree was in history, and I wish I had been smart enough to really excel at maths, physics, chemistry or biology because... the voyagers and adventurers and real contributors - that's where they come from. ---->>>

There's nothing more invigorating than being deeply involved with a small company and a young team of founders out to do something incredibly special. ---->>>

I think overall it is better for businesses to stay private because you have more latitude, more freedom. ---->>>

I think the notion of retirement is just a dreadful, dreadful idea and I hope I never have to do that. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: Welsh
Born: 09-12, 1954
Birthplace: Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom
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Occupation: Businessman
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Sir Michael Jonathan Moritz KBE (born 12 September 1954) is a Welsh-born venture capitalist with Sequoia Capital in Menlo Park, California in Silicon Valley, a philanthropist and author of the first history of Apple Inc., The Little Kingdom and of "Going for Broke: Lee Iacocca's Battle to Save Chrysler" Previously, Moritz was a staff writer at Time magazine and a member of the board of directors of Google (wikipedia)