Pando

February 2014

  1. "We call that Boob-er:" The four most awful things Travis Kalanick said in his GQ profile

    Great news for Dave Morin! His Vanity Fair profile is no longer the most ill-judged piece of PR ever to appear in a glossy magazine.

    By Paul Bradley Carr , written on

    From the News desk

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    From the News desk

  3. Icahn vs. eBay's board of directors, round... oh, who can keep track?

    Carl Icahn has continued his efforts to separate eBay and PayPal by publishing yet another open letter alleging fiduciary misconduct by the company's board of directors. [Disclosure: Icahn's complaints focus on Marc Andreessen, a personal investor in Pando.] The letter is simply the latest development in Icahn's back-and-forth with eBay that includes a number of open letters, public statements, and interviews with the press.

    By Nathaniel Mott , written on

    From the News desk

  4. Kahuna thinks better push notifications can help brands and customers live together happily ever after

    At the end of most romantic comedies, two lovebirds ride off into the metaphorical sunset and the audience is left feeling warm inside, assuming that everything will work out happily ever after. But examined pragmatically, with half of all marriages ending in divorce it is a false reality.

    By James Robinson , written on

    From the News desk

  5. By Carmel DeAmicis , written on

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  6. Can this copyright ruling against Google help revenge porn victims?

    A year and a half after "The Innocence of Muslims" led to violent protests in Pakistan, Egypt, and other countries that killed more than 50 people, a federal appeals court has ordered Google to remove the video from YouTube, the Los Angeles Times reports.

    By David Holmes , written on

    From the News desk

  7. GCHQ reportedly monitored Yahoo cam chats. Company confirms cam traffic not secure pre-2012

    The Guardian reports that GCHQ, a British analog to the National Security Agency, collected and stored images from Yahoo webcam streams through a program called "Optic Nerve." According to the report, the agency targeted "millions of internet users not suspected of wrongdoing," including citizens of both the United States and the United Kingdom, with the program.

    By Nathaniel Mott , written on

    From the News desk

  8. [SPONSORED] Magisto's robot Scorsese is now in 20 million pockets

    This post is part of our Hot Seat series and is sponsored by Magisto. Pando retained full editorial control over the piece.

    By Sarah Lacy , written on

    From the News desk

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