The CEO of StartX, Joseph Huang, who runs the Stanford University accelerator, and Randy Livingston, Stanford University’s CFO, announced today Stanford University’s venture capital fund Stanford-StartX Fund LLC is shutting down after 6 years.
Stanford University and the Stanford-StartX Fund are embroiled in a fraud lawsuit filed by one of their companies, MedWhat.
MedWhat and its CEO Arturo Devesa filed a lawsuit in California Supreme Court for fraud against the Stanford Management Company, the university’s endowment, Stanford’s CEO Randy Livingston, and Stanford-StartX Fund manager Suzanne Fletcher, among others, for fraud.
A week after the San Francisco court approved the filing of the second amended lawsuit, Stanford University and StartX announced the dissolution of the venture capital fund.
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