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Carmel DeAmicis

  1. Mobile monetization report: iPad apps are where the news bread is buttered

    A new report out from App Annie finds that the iPad is the real money winner for news organizations. To wit, 80 percent of the top ten news apps’ iOS revenue came from iPads instead of iPhones.

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  2. With a $50M Series D, HelloFresh emerges from "accidental stealth" to take on Blue Apron and Plated

    Is there such a thing as accidental stealth mode? If so, meal kit delivery company HelloFresh takes the prize. Despite being the first company in the meal kit delivery space — narrowly beating out the likes of Plated and Blue Apron — HelloFresh managed to fly completely under the radar in the US for years. I had never heard of it prior to being pitched on covering its whopping $50 million Series D. It’s almost like it had to work to ensure no one noticed it.

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  3. Wearable jewelry makes its big, boring debut while we all await the real innovation

    If headlines are any indication, the time for wearable jewelry is now.

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  4. From lost to found: How Tristan Walker convinced Andreessen Horowitz to lead his $6.9M funding round

    Andreessen Horowitz partner Jeff Jordan* chuckles as he recounts his first impression of entrepreneur Tristan Walker. At the time they met, Walker was serving remotely as Foursquare’s full-time head of business development and harangued Jordan tirelessly for a meeting, sending email after email. When Jordan finally caved and met with Walker, he was impressed by the young man’s charisma and energy.

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  5. The Supreme Court will decide the legality of threatening someone on Facebook

    Imagine separating from your spouse and leaving him or her. You take the kids with you and move to a new home. You try to build a new life for yourself. Then, one day, you sign onto Facebook and encounter a post from your former spouse envisioning a particularly grisly murder scenario — and you’re the purported victim. Would you be afraid?

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  6. Code.org responds to its recent Newsweek and Politico critics

    In the last month, Code.org attracted its first wave of negative national media attention.

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  7. Sidestep launches after working with Fall Out Boy to save rock and roll (merchandise)

    Just when you think someone has invented an app for every possible niche — see threesomes meetup app 3nder — you discover a new one so stupidly obvious you can’t believe it didn’t already exist.

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  8. Uber's Andrew Noyes to work for Sean Parker, trading one megalomaniac boss for another

    Andrew Noyes must be a glutton for punishment. The PR pro does not shy away from representing controversial companies and figures. After one under the thumb of Uber’s tempestuous Travis Kalanick, he has just announced his new role as VP of communications for the polemic Sean Parker, in his new startup endeavor Brigade.

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