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Why Google Fiber? Moat-widening Endeavor & Future of Computing.

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So they skipped over those steps of the value chain, and purchased Android in 2005 (launched in 2008) to backwards integrate to the OS layer.

Yahoo Employees Get Free Lunch, But Not In Santa Monica

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Yahoo , which finally has a new CEO, former Googler Marissa Mayer, has brought back one of the most cherished startup institutions: free lunch, at least in Sunnyvale, according to AllthingsD. In the article, AllThingsD said that Ross Levinsohn, who had been serving as interim CEO at Yahoo, is apparently planning to leave the company.

It's Official: Ross Levinsohn Out At Yahoo

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Ross Levinsohn , who has been heading up Yahoo as Interim CEO, is officially leaving the firm tomorrow, according to a regulatory filing by Yahoo.

When Should You Allow Exclusivity in Deals?

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Before weighing in on the subject I would point out one thing that should be obvious to many of you – the iPhone was originally launched in 2007 in an exclusive partnership with AT&T and this was vital to both Apple and AT&T and was a hard negotiation throughout 2005 and 2006. Excite, MSN and eventually Google. ” 3.

TVSync’s Open API Uses Video and Audio Recognition Across All Four Screens

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TVSync’s parent company Voible , has provided fingerprint protection technology to most major movie studios and TV networks since 2005.

Why You Should Start a Company in. Los Angeles

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And thats not even counting MySpace, which Rupert Murdoch famously paid $580 million for in 2005. RSS ); Why You Should Start a Company in.

De-risk Your Startup By Doing It Again: The Joy Of Getting The Band Back Together

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Alma mater, CallWave: 2005 IPO. Alma mater, Overture: sold to Yahoo. His response, “When hell freezes over.” The story is familiar.

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Brad Feld Drops Knowledge. Here’s What He Said …

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In 2004 / 2005 I was starting to get intrigued with user-generated content. And they made an early investment in Yahoo.“ “….a Mobius.

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Interview with Josh Stomel, ResumeBucket

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Our startup interview this morning is with Josh Stomel , founder of ResumeBucket (www.resumebucket.com), a new web site that is focused on helping people share their resumes with the world. went on to Oversee.net, and helped to build that company from 60 to 250 employees. What's the idea behind the site? It works. Thanks!

Social Networking and Business Value

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Social networking sites and microblogs are used not only to build company brands, but to foster productivity; social media tools help build communities around the question, "What are you working on?" In 2005, Majid coauthored "Data Strategy" a book designed to help streamline information management within organizations.

Guide to the LA Startup Community

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It was acquired by Experian in 2005 for $330M. It also was acquired by Experian in 2005. Mediacode was sold to Yahoo. CoLoft !

Interview with Peter Lee, Baroda Ventures

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David founded Geocities back in 1994, took it public in 1998, and in 1999 Yahoo bought the firm as a public company. He was basically active investing until 2004 and 2005, and then started getting much more involved in the non-profit space. He made a lot of money from those deals, so in 1999 he set up Baroda Ventures. Thanks!

Interview with John Nahm, PhoneVite

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Dialpad was acquired by Yahoo in 2005, and became the voice engine for Yahoo's VoIP services. Entrepreneurs here really enjoy helping each other. Recently, we spoke with John Nahm, the CEO and co-founder of Phonevite (www.phonevite.com), a new startup in town which recently relocated from Silicon Valley.

Interview with Cramster.com

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Cramster is looking to create online study groups, to help high school and college students study math, science, and other topics. built a piece of software to help find solutions and examples, categorized by textbook, and after I graduated in 2001, I figured it could help other students. How did the company come about? Thanks

How to cleverly integrate your own URI shortener

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For example Yahoo truncates the trailing slash. Don’t necessarily understand it as a part of my ongoing jihad holy war on URI shorteners.

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How brain-amputated developers created the social media plague

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Sebastian’s Pamphlets If you’ve read my articles somewhere on the Internet, expect something different here. URI ≤ 139 characters!)

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