Ken Lin, Co-Founder of Credit Karma to Receive Windfall from Sale

Ken Lin started Credit Karma back in 2007; since then the company has attracted 100 million members and brought in revenues of almost $1 billion in 2019; Lin currently owns at least 15% of the company according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index; Bloomberg digs into Lin’s journey, first immigrating to the US from China and becoming the first of his family to graduate college; the company initially struggled to raise funding and first worked out of an apartment; QED Investors led the first round in the company and other investors in the firm included Silver Lake and Ribbit Capital; other co-founders include Nichole Mustard and Ryan Graciano. Bloomberg

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