Investor reports reveal riders only pay 41 percent of the full cost of each ride, with investors footing the remaining 59 percent.
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Its founders offered women $20 each to upload videos of themselves to the fledgling site.
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The idea is to democratize capital, making investment more accessible to more people while also making fundraising easier for startups, which previously had to rely on clubby Silicon Valley connections to raise money.
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