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Halloween party killing ‘strikes at the core’ of Airbnb’s value proposition: Investor

on November 5, 2019

Manhattan Venture Partners’ and early Airbnb investor Santosh Rao discusses Airbnb’s ban on party houses, working with regulators to catch tax dodgers, and the company’s operational profitability.

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Apple, Facebook jump on earnings amid regulatory scrutiny

on October 31, 2019

Santosh Rao, Head of Research at Manhattan Venture Partners, joins Akiko Fujita on The Ticker to discuss Apple and Facebook earnings, along with Twitter banning political ads on its platform.

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Early Investor – “The valuation of private companies needs to be looked at more carefully”

on October 18, 2019

Santosh Rao, head of research at Manhattan Venture Partners, talks the weak performance of recent IPOs, unicorns and Q4 expectations.

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Indus Special with Meshal Malik | Govt. v/s Social Media | Social Media: Scandals & Revenue |Ep 230|

on October 7, 2019

Watch Meshal Malik’s stimulating conversation in Indus Special with some of the best experts from different parts of the world. Topics: 1- Govt. v/s Social Media 2- Social Media: Scandals & Revenue Analysts/Experts: * Santosh Rao * Abdinor Dahir * Leonid Petrov * Thomas Donohoe * Ieva Miluna

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Why this early investor is putting money on Airbnb

on October 7, 2019

Early Airbnb investor, Santosh Rao, head of research at Manhattan Venture Partners, which is also an investor in Lyft, Pinterest and Postmates, joins CNBC’s “Power Lunch” team to talk about the decision to invest in these IPOs.

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IPO Process Is ‘Alive and Well,’ Says Manhattan Ventures’s Rao

on September 27, 2019

Manhattan Venture Partners Head of Research Santosh Rao discusses the Peloton IPO with Brad Stone on ‘Bloomberg Technology.’

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