Y Combinator co-founder Paul Graham rejected criticism of comments he made earlier in the week about the difficulty he sometimes had understanding entrepreneurs with strong foreign accents.
Graham, one of the better-known startup backers in the technology business, had told Inc. Magazine that having a "strong foreign accent" could be detrimental to a startup founder's success if the person has trouble communicating.
One quality that's a really bad indication is a CEO with a strong foreign accent. I'm not sure why. It could be that there are a bunch of subtle things entrepreneurs have to … Read more