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Here's How to Sell Your Business for $100 Million-Plus Andrew Medal chats with friend Wayne Chang about how he sold his latest company to Twitter for more than $100 million.

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Wayne Chang's latest business, Crashlytics, sold to Twitter for more than $100 million. He's been involved with other notable startups like Dropbox, JetSmarter, Napster, DraftKings and 50-plus more now valued at over $30 billion. In this episode of Action & Ambition with Andrew Medal, he discusses his approach to startups, angel investing and life.

Andrew Medal

Entrepreneur & Angel Investor

Andrew Medal is the founder of The Paper Chase, which is a bi-weekly newsletter. He is an entrepreneur and angel investor.

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