Corporate success is dependent upon the quality of the relationships between a company and its stakeholders. Next to formal-contractual regulations, trust between partners is considered the most fundamental concern of any business relationship. This psychological state of willingness to accept vulnerability—which is the definition of trust—is based on positive expectations for the intent and behavior of the trusted party (Rousseau et al., 1998). In this series of interviews with selected managers, we investigate the concept of trust from a corporate perspective, with a focus on the relationship between company/founders and investors. Specifically, we are focused on these questions: What is the significance of trust for corporate action? What are the antecedents of trust between business partners? What are the consequences of a trustful relationship between company/founders and investors?