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Sarah Lacy

Sarah Lacy is founder and editor in chief of Pando. 

  1. THIS is why you don’t build $30 billion companies aimed at just one generation

    The hits keep on coming when it comes to Snap’s avoidable bet that narrow would be better.

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    From the "You know, for kids" desk

  2. Silicon Valley against Silicon Valley

    As valuations keep soaring, Valley elites are turning on each other.

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    From the Disruption desk

  3. Expanding the borders into hell: Can a new crop of female and minority founded venture funds rescue us from the “hoodie kings”?

    “If we just give up, if we let these creeps have their way, we’re going to have another two decades of this”

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    From the Money desk

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    From the Disruption desk

  5. America's bias against working moms comes down to one question: Do you value your female employees or not?

    Before you consider a single finding in ReCode’s survey of mothers returning to work in the tech world, you need to remember and internalize one reality...

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    From the Gender Wars desk

  6. In 2018, Women need companies like PandiaHealth more than ever

    If there’s one thing all the waves of feminism pretty much agree on, it’s this: In order for women to have economic freedom, we need to be able to control when and how and if we become mothers.

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    From the Gender Wars desk

  7. Tell me again why Uber is worth $69 billion?

    Ridesharing has never been a strong network effects business.

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    From the Travis Shrugged desk

  8. Kalanick's payday shows there's no “evolution in corporate America”

    There’s at best a disconnect between actors like BlackRock and those like Softbank and Uber.

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    From the Travis Shrugged desk

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