NEWS AND RESOURCES

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We’re always honored when people write about us. We’re trying to get the word out about how equity works, what we are building, and how we are creating more owners.

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TechCrunch

Carta Debuts Fund to Invest in Startups that tap into its platform

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Business insider

Fintech Startup Carta Ending Employee Separation Agreements

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Fortune

Female Founders and Employees Are Facing a Gender Equity Gap

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Vast Majority of Paper Millionaires in Silicon Valley Are Men

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Inc.

The Hottest San Francisco Startups of 2019 (They're Not All Tech Companies)

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CNBC

Lyft, Uber and Silicon Valley IPOs help the rich get richer — the losers are public investors

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New York Times

The Next Wave of ‘Unicorn’ Start-Ups

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FORBES

The Future Of Wall Street: Fintech 50 2019

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THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Startup Equity Platform Carta Valued at $800 Million

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RESOURCES

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NEWS

Recent coverage

Silicon Valley Business Journal

Equity gap? Women at startups get far less than male counterparts

Tech Crunch

The Gap Table: Women own just 9% of startup equity

Wall Street Journal

Tokenized Equity Brings New Way to Raise Capital, but Questions Remain

Silicon Slopes

Carta And Salt Lake City: Why?

Fast Company

2017’s Best and Worst Brand Names-And 3 Naming Trends For 2018

Business Insider

50 startups that will boom in 2018, according to VCs

CNBC

29 start-ups that prove Silicon Valley innovation isn’t dead

Axios

Top of the Morning

Axios

eShares raises $41 million to play both sides of tech IPOs

CNBC

Meet the start-up making it easier to buy and sell shares in private companies

Tech Crunch

eShares raises $42 million to manage equity compensation and investments

Tech Crunch

eShares, Now Valued At $77 Million, Looks Far Beyond Silicon Valley