Men Stepping Up: Ben Horowitz, Demba Diawara and Our Worldwide Fight to End Violence Against Women

In the early days of the modern feminist movement in the 1970s, we used to make the case for women by reminding everyone that "women hold up half the sky" -- and therefore must have equal rights. Decades later, and with so much accomplished and so much more to do to advance justice and end violence against women worldwide, I am proud to be able to write that more men are stepping up and joining with women to "hold up half the sky," and ensure dignity and equality for women everywhere.

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Ben Horowitz donating all his book proceeds to end abuse of women

Venture capitalist Ben Horowitz on Tuesday said he will donate all the money from his book that publishes next week to a fund that will combat the abuse of women around the world.

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Ben Horowitz to Donate Book Proceeds to Women's Rights

Ben Horowitz, co-founder of Silicon Valley venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, announced today he will donate all the proceeds from his forthcoming book, “The Hard Thing About Hard Things,” to support the American Jewish World Service in its international efforts to fight for women’s rights.

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The time accounting law almost landed Ben Horowitz in jail

Every so often Ben Horowitz, the founding partner of venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz has a talk with his employees that goes like this: “In this business, we may run into trouble. We may miss a quarter. We may even go bankrupt, but we will not go to jail. So if somebody asks you to do something that you think might put you in jail, call me.”

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Book coming from rap-loving VC blogger Ben Horowitz

Influential venture investor Ben Horowitz has written a book, apparently on startup lessons you can learn from rap music lyrics, that will be released in a couple months.

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Ben Horowitz Book, “The Hard Thing About Hard Things,” Debuts in March

Well-known VC Ben Horowitz, who has become a pretty prolific blogger about all things tech, including a recent piece on this site, has apparently graduated to a book author.

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