Pando

2019

  1. Boiling The Frog

    Make no mistake that any business we do with a Chinese corporation we are doing indirectly with the Chinese government. There are divisions of Chinese companies whose sole job is censorship. Chinese laws demand work for the national security interests of an overreaching and cruel government. Those in Hong Kong know that if they end up in China, they may never be seen again and that there isn’t such a thing as justice there.

    By Cyan Banister , written on

    From the Freedom desk

  2. Why Pando?

    We believe it's time to hit the reset button. We believe the technology tools now exist to help publishers monetize their content while also maintaining control of their audiences and building platforms for themselves. We think it can be done without opting into the egregious privacy-violating practices social platforms encourage most to partake in these days.

    By Todd Garland , written on

    From the Inside Baseball desk

  3. We sold Pando

    This is my last post as editor in chief and CEO. Paul Carr and I have sold Pando to a brand new owner. And for the first time in my career, I am no longer a journalist.

    By Sarah Lacy , written on

    From the Inside Baseball desk

  4. Uber's Emil Michael was apparently too awful, even for Donald Trump

    A trove of leaked Trump Administration documents obtained by Axios shows that Michael was once considered as a potential candidate for Donald Trump's Secretary of Transportation. But there were a few, uh, "red flags."

    By Sarah Lacy , written on

    From the Travis Shrugged desk

  5. Here’s the problem with Hollywood hating on Netflix...

    There's a massive, massive difference between Netflix and other disruptive forces like Uber and Napster.

    By Sarah Lacy , written on

    From the Disruption desk

  6. A Unicorn with a Soul: Zipline’s Unbelievable Comeback Accelerates with a new $190m Round

    “If you are willing to endure any amount of pain and not give up, it’s really hard for someone else to kill you.”

    By Sarah Lacy , written on

    From the Disruption desk

  7. Who is REALLY responsible for Uber's failed IPO? Uber.

    At what point does the Valley in-crowd stop making excuses for this company?

    By Sarah Lacy , written on

    From the Travis Shrugged desk

  8. By Sarah Lacy , written on

    From the Education desk

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