cofounder

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n cofounder one of a group of founders
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n cofounder A joint founder.
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Usage


In news:

Cleverly named s, the upstart seditionart.com, is the brainchild of Harry Blain, cofounder of Haunch of Venison and partner in Blain Southern, and Robert Norton, former CEO of Saatchi Online.
Nearly as many, 34% (2,898), said success stands a better chance when a younger founder partners with an experienced and older cofounder.
Rosemary Fillmore Rhea, the granddaughter of Unity cofounders Charles and Myrtle Fillmore , passed on Oct 11.
President and cofounder, Shen Milsom & Wilke in New York.
I'm also the cofounder and Director of Research for the Flow Genome Project, an international organization dedicated to reverse engineering ultimate human performance, and the cofounder of the Rancho de Chihuahua dog sanctuary.
Chef Weston Richards and restaurateur Alvaro Rojas cofounded Spare Parts.
Emily Coulson is the director of education at 826 Valencia, an educational non-profit cofounded by writer Dave Eggers.
Susan Lesser is cofounder of nPlusOne Consulting, West Hartford, CT, a company that works with c-level executives to troubleshoot human-resource and organizational-development challenges.
Chris Coyne, Cofounder of OkCupid.
Apple cofounder has conducted experiments on his own Toyota.
David Rubenstein, a cofounder of the Carlyle Group and a major donor to the Library of Congress, will contribute $1.5 million to fund three new Library of Congress annual literacy awards over five years.
Freedomways magazine cofounder Esther Cooper Jackson in her Clinton Hill home (Photo: Deidre Schoo).
E-commerce Video Series: Josh Boaz, cofounder & managing director , Direct Agents.
Yahoo has named former PayPal cofounder Max Levchin to its board of directors, as two other board members are stepping down.
David Alfaro Siqueiros, the social realist painter and cofounder of Mexican muralism, is the subject of a series of discussions led by international speakers.
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In science:

In our approach the equivalent of the random effect matrix is a proxy for a neutral model of allele frequency variation, while in the application to GWAS the kinship matrix accounts for the cofounding due to heritable variation in the phenotype elsewhere in the genome.
Robust identification of local adaptation from allele frequencies
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