Insider Q&A: Jean Case on impact investing and ESG backlashFebruary 20, 2023 GMT
NEW YORK (AP) — Jean Case, who rose to fortune and fame as an executive at American Online, has been a fan of impact investing since before it had that name.
It looks to invest in projects and companies that make a direct impact on society, like Warby Parker, the eyeglass retailer that distributes a pair to people in need for every pair sold.
AOL founder on how pandemic is changing spread of tech jobsFebruary 28, 2022 GMT
SAN RAMON, Calif. (AP) — Most people questioned AOL co-founder Steve Case’s judgment when he helped start the online company then known as Quantum Computer Services in 1985 — a time when the World Wide Web didn’t even exist.
St. Paul’s Structural raises $2.5 million in equity capitalJune 5, 2018 GMT
Structural, a St. Paul-based software firm that helps employers match personnel with tasks, will announce Tuesday that it has raised $2.5 million in equity capital from several investors, including Steve Case’s “Rise of the Rest Seed Fund,” High Alpha, Matchstick ventures and affluent individuals.
AOL co-founder brings $100,000 tech contest to PennsylvaniaJuly 1, 2017 GMT
LANCASTER, Pa. (AP) — This worry motivates AOL co-founder Steve Case: America's prosperity could be at risk if venture capital continues to flow to Silicon Valley and other elite tech hubs at the expense of the rest of the country...