Starting off early this morning because I’m firing on all cylinders.
This couple been engaged for a little bit and are supposedly getting married in the near future, but a key dispute is stopping them from typing the knot. ‘She’s refusing to sign the prenup!’ a source laughs.
‘He doesn’t want her to have ownership in his company and she is insisting on it to the point they’re viciously fighting on a regular basis and they even have spells where they’re not talking to each other unless they really have to.’
He founded Thrive Capital in 2009, his private equity and venture capital firm that focuses on media and internet investments. Since its founding, Thrive has raised $750 million from institutional investors, including Princeton University. Thrive has raised several capital funds, including Thrive II, which raised $40 million in 2011, Thrive III, which raised $150 million in 2012, and Thrive IV, which raised $400 million in September 2014.
For his work with Thrive, Kushner was named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30, Inc. Magazine’s 35 Under 35, Crain’s 40 Under 40, and Vanity Fair’s Next Establishment.
Kushner is also a co-founder of Oscar Health, a health insurance start-up. Founded in 2012, Oscar was valued at $2.7 billion in 2016. As of 2015, the company insured over 145,000 members across four states, and has been named to CNBC’s Disruptor 50, Inc. Magazine’s Most Innovative Start-Ups, and MM&M Top 40 Health Care Transformers.
In 2015, Kushner founded a new company called Cadre with his brother Jared and their friend Ryan Williams, with Williams as Cadre’s CEO. Cadre is a technology platform designed to help certain types of clients, such as family offices and endowments, invest in real estate.- Source