A new book by an entrepreneur with a knack for finding money to fund his business is the talk of the tech world.
Mark S. Smith, author of “Money, Power and Entrepreneurship,” has been in the spotlight lately after it was revealed that he had received a whopping $2.5 million in donations from investors who had previously contributed to his book.
Smith told the Los Angeles Times that the money had gone to cover legal fees.
The money was meant to be used to cover the cost of his book, Smith told The Associated Press.
Smith, who is based in California, is a successful entrepreneur who has been featured in Forbes, The New York Times, Business Insider and many other publications.
He founded a software company called Zomato that offers a virtual-reality experience to its customers.
He has also been an investor in several tech startups including Dropbox, Uber and Slack.
Smith has been known for being able to make money quickly.
His net worth is estimated at $2 million.
In recent years, Smith has taken some steps to raise money to continue his business.
He had been offering to help fund his venture, but he was told by investors that the project was not going to work out.
He said the investors said they would be interested in seeing his books success story.
He then made a bet that if he made more money from the book, he would be able to pay off his student loans.
Smith said that he decided to do something drastic and to try to raise $1 million from investors in a week to pay back his student debt.
He took the money and put it into a fund and began investing in other businesses.
He is now worth an estimated $2 billion, Forbes reported.
Smith was working on the book when he was contacted by investors.
Smith was told that they would like to help him with the $1.1 million, but only if he could raise another $1,000.
He was told to wait until the other $1 billion was raised before putting his money in the fund.