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Sep. 17, 2013 9:30 am

Josh Kopelman’s ‘most spectacular failure’: not investing in Twitter

First Round Capital's Josh Kopelman at Wharton in March 2013. (Photo via Wharton)

Back when Twitter was just T-w-t-t-r, Josh Kopelman decided against investing in the microblogging startup.

“That is my most spectacular failure,” the First Round Capital founder said at a San Francisco tech conference on Thursday, the same day Twitter announced that it had filed plans to go public.

Read the Wall Street Journal’s account of Kopelman’s Twitter story here.

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