|University of Oxford, MA|
|The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, MBA|
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Sir Michael Moritz is Chairman of Sequoia Capital where he has worked since 1986. Michael represented Sequoia in its investments in Google, Yahoo, PayPal, Flextronics, Kayak, Pure Digital and Zappos.com.
He has always had an eclectic set of investment interests and today represents Sequoia’s interests in Klarna, Green Dot, and Stripe (two banks and a payments company), LinkedIn (the world’s professional nework), Instacart (grocery delivery in an hour), PopSugar (the entertainment and fashion site for women), 7 (an outsourcing customer service company) and The Melt (a grilled cheese restaurant chain).
Before joining Sequoia, Michael worked as a correspondent for Time; wrote a couple books including the Little Kingdom, the first authoritative book about Apple’s early years; and co-founded Technologic Partners, the precursor of Venture Wire.
Michael Moritz Puts the Tech Ecosystem in Historical PerspectiveAdded: 9/9/13