No online personality seems to drive venture capitalists crazy quite like Scott Galloway. The NYU Stern professor, author and pundit has a knack for sharing personal hot takes and investment predictions that seem to relish controversy — but act like something like chum in the water for certain types of Highly Online investors on Twitter. Promoting an “inverse-Galloway portfolio” has become a sport for these VCs, and for at least one third or fourth investor in Uber, something of an obsession.
One wrinkle: Galloway has founded a handful of startups, taken one public and sold another for $155 million. In March, his online education startup Section4 raised
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