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Kevin Kelleher

  1. LendingClub's IPO is a hit, but P2P lending still has to prove itself

    Peer-to-peer businesses are seeing something of a rebirth. After early Internet startups like eBay and Napster built their business models on peer-to-peer technology, the social media sites that drove the second wave of the web stole their thunder.

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  2. As Amazon's iron grip slips, Best Buy is taking advantage

    Not long ago, it seemed like Best Buy was destined to be roadkill beneath Amazon's tires. Sales at its retail stores were declining while its profits were plummeting. The company's efforts to tap into online orders Online sales wasn't working either. The stock finished 2012 below $12 a share, a decline of 77 percent over the previous five years.

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  3. New Relic, Hortonworks are losing money but solving problems. Will IPO investors bite?

    The next time you click on a link in your Twitter stream and wonder how many seconds – five? ten? thirty?? - it's going to take for a page to load, spare at least a couple of those seconds for Lew Cirne, the CEO of New Relic who not only shares your frustration but is actively trying to do something about it.

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  4. Amazon Bound: Is Bezos reaching his limits?

    In 2014, Amazon is bigger than ever, has more customers than ever, and extends more tentacles in more markets than ever before. Its stranglehold on ecommerce is stronger than ever, so strong that many entrepreneurs are inclined to take their chances in other markets.

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  5. US investors still don't know what to make of Alibaba

    The first hour or so following a company's earnings announcement is sort of like a group Rorschach blot test based on the jumble of finances and metrics in a standard earnings report. And what the market saw in Alibaba first post-IPO report shows a clear picture of investor confusion.

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  6. Wall Street bashes Facebook for doing exactly what it said it would

    Mark Zuckerberg must really be wishing Facebook was still a private company.

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  7. Saving Yahoo may be a long shot, but it's still worth trying

    Forget that Google's revenue is growing by 20 percent a year. Or that Facebook's revenue is growing by 55 percent a year, with the bulk of that coming from mobile ads. Yahoo managed for once to eke out 1 percent revenue growth, and that is actually something for the company to celebrate.

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  8. The tech market needs a hero. It will have to settle for Google.

    For the average tech consumer, things are going pretty well in October 2014. Ever sleeker, more powerful devices are rolling out by the week. New apps and services, and products are appearing with such frequency it’s hard to keep up with them. But for tech investors, the climate has turned hostile.

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