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Content, Commerce, and Cosmetics: A Look At IPSY's Subscription Business

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Before that, I was heading up global consumer marketing for entertainment, sports, and video at Yahoo. What is IPSY? delivering value. Thanks!

myfab5 Wanst to Reinvent The Way You Find Food | Interview With Co-Founder Calvin Schemanski

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Apps & Software Entrepreneurship iPhone Marketing Social Media Startups Facebook Google myfab5 Recommendation Reviews Yahoo Yelp and 4.5

Stamps.com Links To E-Commerce Payment Providers

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Los Angeles-based Stamps.com is furthering its focus on online stories, saying today that it has linked its product to the e-commerce payment systems for Amazon.com Pro Merchant, Yahoo Merchant, Google Checkout, and Paypal. Tags: stamps ecommerce postage amazon yahoo google checkout paypal READ MORE>>.

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Square Cash Enables You to Send Money by Email For Free

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Works With Major Email Clients. Now it’s easier than ever to split a bill, send a birthday gift, or settle up with a friend, no matter where you are.”.

Why Has LA Suddenly Gotten So Much Attention from VCs and Entrepreneurs?

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Yahoo! Commerce: What is less known is just how important LA is as a commerce hub. “There’s something going on in LA.”

Group buying site FamilyFinds launches with $5.75 million investment

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Groupon ushered in the new era of group buying, and now hyper local and vertical deal sites are the name of the game. One such company, Santa Monica, Calif-based FamilyFinds, launched this week with $5.75 in funding from Split Rock Partners. Visit TechZulu for full story.

Interview: Jason Lehmbeck, Co-Founder and CEO of DataPop

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Messenger : Jason Lehmbeck , Co-Founder and CEO of DataPop , former VP of Emerging Ad Products at Overture Services and Yahoo! ows are lower.

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Slickdeals: How An LA Team Is Polishing Up A Diamond In The Rough

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The content is really amazing, and leverages the power of social, and applies that towards e-commerce and deals. That''s how we got into LA.

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Slickdeals Taps OpenX, Twitter Vets For Board

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Slickdeals said Thursday that it has named Tim Cadogan , the CEO of Pasadena''s OpenX , along with Nathan Hubbard , head of commerce at Twitter , to its board of directors. Prior to becoming CEO of OpenX, Cadogan was Senior Vice President of Global Advertising Marketplaces at Yahoo! READ MORE>>.

Tapiture Taps Into Successful Social eCommerce And Secures $2.25M In Seed Funding

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We are able to correlate the connection between commerce and content through our technology. million in seed funding since its founding in 2012.

How YP Is Growing A Giant Tech Team In Glendale

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So, we''ve been looking at creating a great advertiser relationships with consumers, and enabling commerce. How big is YP? Louis and Atlanta.

Is Scott Thompson Back at eBay?

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Today we bring you what Scott Thompson is up to after he left the Yahoo!  Thompson was CEO for Yahoo! Scott Thompson is back. Worth $2.4

SRCH2's Plan to Arm The World With Enterprise Search Technology

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It''s not just mobile, it''s also e-commerce. With e-commerce, it''s a whole separate value proposition. What is SRCH2? release; our 2.0

Surveying SoCal's M&A Landscape, with David Siemer

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Google and Yahoo aren''t going to buy them, AOL has already made its bet, and your only real path to an exit is an IPO for any kind of liquidity.

Interview with John Ellis, PurePhoto

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John Ellis: PurePhoto is a social commerce network, for buying, sharing, and selling original photographic art. What does that store offer?

Stamps.com Buys ShipWorks

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Louis-based ShipWorks , a developer of subscription-based e-commerce shipping software, the company announced Monday. ShipWorks develops shipping software, which is used by online sellers to manage shipping and sales on such marketplaces as eBay, Amazon, Yahoo, and elsewhere. El Segundo-based Stamps.com has acquired St. READ MORE>>.

How FatCloud Is Bringing NoSQL To The World of Microsoft

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That company had done a number of very large products for clients like Yahoo and CBS. What exactly is FatCloud? What is your background? Thanks!

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

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And they made an early investment in Yahoo.“ “….a More recently some Chamber of Commerce’s have started to endorse it.”. was starting.

ValueClick, Specific Media Rise In Ad Network Rankings

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According to comScore, which analyzes Internet traffic and e-commerce statistics, ValueClick is now number five, and Specific Media number six, in the top online ad networks--just behind Platform-A, Yahoo, and Google. The two are just behind Google, which had 164.5M uniques for April.

The eCommerce Game Goes to Austin

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The talent, technology, investment, and entrepreneurs who want to build the future of commerce online, will come to  and  from Austin. Gamestop.

Social Networking (the Shorter Version) Past, Present, Future

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Yahoo! Yahoo! This blog post originally appeared in serialized form here on TechCrunch. Social Networks: Past, Present & Future.

Topspin Rolls Out Music Marketing Software, To Some

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Topspin is looking to combine features to help artists combine marketing, asset management, distribution, and lots of tools for creating widgets, connect with e-commerce sites like YouTube, Amazon, and iLike, as well as analytics behind those tools. The company's founder is Peter Gotcher, who created DigiDesign and its audio tools.

Launchpad LA – 10 Startup Companies to Watch

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We had executives from the studios like Fox, Warner Bros and Disney.  We had software executives from Google, Yahoo!, Watch this space.

Interview with Mark Suster, GRP Partners

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billion to Yahoo, we did CitySearch, we invested in the largest travel site in Europe, called LastMinute.com, and also CyberSource--a number of very early stage, Internet companies. This morning's interview is with Mark Suster , a venture capitalist at GRP Partners (www.grpvc.com). We invested in Overture, which was sold for $1.2 more).

Want to Start a Technology Company in LA?

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You don’t have the founders of eBay, LinkedIn, Salesforce.com and Yahoo. Los Angeles. People either love it our hate it. You don’t.

What the Past Can Tell Us About the Future of Social Networking

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GeoCities, Tripod & Yahoo! Yahoo! Yahoo! Facebook went on become larger than even Google and Yahoo! chuckle. around $6.5

The Startup Guide To SXSW Panel Picking

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Everybody is Selling Something: The Arrival of "Me-Commerce". The "old school" models of e-commerce, as dominated by bulky hosted storefron.

Interview with Matthew Graczyk, Zubican

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but businesses spend 18 trillion a year, but very few companies are trying to facilitate that kind of commerce. What's the idea behind Zubican?

Interview with Peter Csathy, Sorenson Media

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Csathy was the former CEO of SightSpeed, which he sold to Logitech last year, and also served as COO of MusicMatch, which was sold to Yahoo in 2004. Customers are also aware of video, not only from the entertainment side, but also from the commerce perspective. What is Sorenson Media about? Peter Csathy: Absolutely.