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Turntable should have taken that buyout offer from Spotify when it had the chance.
Earlier this year, I wrote about New York Tech Day, an even that the producers are calling the "first major tech startup expo". For the past month, co-producer of the event John Petersen has been hard at work ironing out the details of the event, and he is finally prepared to share. While I'd hate to count the chickens before they hatch, it is shaping up to be a major (and likely successful) event.
The deserts of Mexico. Race cars pieced together on shoestring budgets. A bunch of folks who take risks for a living, blasting said cars through said desert at breakneck speeds all for the sake of fun, glory ... and maybe a bit of networking. What could possibly go wrong?
Atlassian shouldn't have become this interesting of a company.
Back in 2009, brothers William and Michael Andregg founded Halcyon Molecular, a genetics company with direction and funding from powerhouses like Peter Thiel, Luke Nosek, and Elon Musk. Their long term mission is a noble one: to figure out how to make people live longer.
With a looming $100 billion IPO on the horizon and a community that's estimated to hit a billion users this Fall, Facebook seems unstoppable. Yet on one important front--the store front that is--Facebook has exposed an imperfection. People are not proving ready to actually buy goods and services in Facebook - at least not at the scale retailers are used to seeing through traditional e-commerce. And suddenly, many question the role Facebook actually plays in the monetization strategy of any business.
We're beyond thrilled to announce that Andrew Anker has just signed on the dotted line to join PandoDaily as executive chairman. As well as bringing his years of media executive experience to the company, Andrew will be responsible for all things revenue-related.
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