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Kevin Kelleher

  1. Until recently, you had to be a failure to be in trouble. Now, it's enough for you to be weak

    To get a sense of what the tech landscape may look like if, as expected, the capital markets dry up next year, consider Angie's List.

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  2. Facebook and Google: Zero sum game over

    The two ad giants are not only cleaning up in the Internet advertising market, they are doing so at the expense of smaller companies.

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    From the War desk

  3. Fitbit delivers strong earnings, stock tumbles

    This must be what it feels like to score a personal best on a run only to have someone throw ice water over your head.

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    From the Lessons from the Trenches desk

  4. Paypal and eBay: A tale of two companies forced apart by Carl Icahn

    PayPal, along with every company in its market, still has a big opportunity ahead of it. That's the good news.

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    From the Earnings desk

  5. That didn't take long. Investors are already impatient with Dorsey

    The work-in-progress status shouldn't come as a surprise to anybody who has been watching the company over the past year.

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    From the Economics desk

  6. Google, uh, Alphabet shows further signs of growing up

    Alphabet's first earnings call reveals a startup that increasingly talks like an adult. And Wall Street is totes loving it.

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    From the Earnings desk

  7. IAC's dating property spin-off will bundle Tinder with 44 other dating properties (and... uh... The Princeton Review)

    Anyone keen to get in on the future of online dating is going to have to invest in the past of online dating as well.

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    From the IPOs desk

  8. Remember when everyone was scared of Google?

    A decade ago, Google seemed unstoppable. Today it's less and less on the offensive and more and more on the defensive.

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    From the Tech 2016 desk

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