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SE: Moritz Says Sequoia 'Looks Hard' for Women Partners, But Won't 'Lower Standards'

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Dec. 2 — This week on “Studio 1.0,” Bloomberg’s Emily Chang sits down with Sir Michael Moritz, one of the old guards of venture capital in Silicon Valley, a British honorary knight, and chairman of Sequoia Capital. The former journalist authored one of the first books about Apple and Steve Jobs and has a new book out now called “Leading,” co-written by Manchester United’s Alex Ferguson. The full episode airs tonight at 9 p.m. Eastern/6 p.m. Pacific on Bloomberg Television.

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