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Jeremy Stoppelman (2013)

Jeremy co-founded Yelp Inc. in July 2004 with former colleague and friend Russel Simmons. Prior to Yelp, Jeremy was the VP of engineering at PayPal. He left PayPal in the summer of 2003 to attend the Harvard Business School. Upon completing his first year at HBS, Jeremy joined an incubator started by Max Levchin (co-founder of PayPal) for a summer internship. It was there that he was reunited with his old colleague Russel Simmons and the two teamed up to create a vibrant community around local information. Jeremy holds a B.S. in computer engineering from the University of Illinois.

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About the Jeremy Stoppelman Interview

Nine years ago I co-founded Yelp, a website that helps you cure the munchies at 3am -- and find all kinds of local businesses. Ask me anything about me, the origins of our website, the PayPal Mafia, my vizsla Darwin, what it’s like to build a company and take it public, why I don’t have a corner office, or my opinion on refined sugar (hint: don’t love it).

My Proof: https://twitter.com/jeremys/status/398878480126836736

Edit: Thanks, Reddit. I've got to go feed Darwin, but this has been fun!

Jeremy Stoppelman Nov 08, 2013