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Sarah Lacy

Sarah Lacy is founder and editor in chief of Pando. 

  1. “If there are more than two VCs who are bald in this room we are toast”

    War stories from the “most underrated” company in Chris Sacca's and Jeremy Liew's portfolio.

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  2. Facebook has made changes to its real name policy. But it hasn't convinced users it cares

    What Mark Zuckerberg should have said about Facebook's real name policy-- and when he should have said it.

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    From the Equality desk

  3. Willie Nelson is your new entrepreneurial hero

    Nelson's new autobiography is packed with lessons for startup founders, not just those working in the music industry.

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    From the Lessons from the Trenches desk

  4. At Pandoland, Ruxin and Sippey debate three big trends in online music and video

    Netflix's success in developing original series, Apple's entry into music, and publishers finally caving to the Newsfeed.

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    From the Pandoland 2015 desk

  5. What Bradford Shellhammer learned from Fab's failure, and how he feels about it now

    On stage at Pandoland, I asked him about that and his "founder breakup" with Jason Goldberg.

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    From the Lessons from the Trenches desk

  6. With Palantir's $20B valuation, how does Peter Thiel stack up against the rest of the PayPal mafia?

    They can invest, sure, but how have they done as second (or third) act company founders?

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    From the Venture Capital desk

  7. The three qualities that helped a small coffee company raise $70m

    The story of how James Freeman and Blue Bottle went from quirky San Francisco brand to scalable, venture-backed business might not be a guaranteed roadmap, but it is repeatable.

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  8. "The sooner we face that the United States is a Latin American country the better for all of us"

    Jose Antonio Vargas: "The country is going to get more Asian and more Latino. That's just a fact."

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    From the White People desk

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