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Sarah Lacy

Sarah Lacy is founder and editor in chief of Pando. 

  1. Dara Khosrowshahi: A massive void where Uber's values should be

    I’m hard pressed to think of any company aside from Uber that has so abdicated the benefit of the doubt but keeps getting it nonetheless.

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    From the Travis Shrugged desk

  2. Leslie Feinzaig’s Army of Women

    The Female Founders Alliance founder on raising money as a new mom, what separates meaningful women’s networking groups from the rest, and her career-long effort of beating the odds.

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    From the Gender Wars desk

  3. Kara Nortman: “We can’t all be flame throwers”

    How and when to stand up for women in rooms full of men.

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    From the Gender Wars desk

  4. Stewart Butterfield: If snakes had our technology, we would be toast

    The founder of Slack talks about how he created Flickr and Slack out of the ashes of failed projects and shares tips for achieving a billion dollar valuation.

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    From the From the Trenches desk

  5. A line in the sand

    The recall of Judge Aaron Persky was a far harder battle than it should have been.

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    From the Legal Affairs desk

  6. John Zimmer: We’re focused on the two trillion dollar opportunity

    "Spending a lot of time on things that are out of our control is not super productive."

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    From the Lessons from the Trenches desk

  7. Susan Lyne: "Sometimes it takes a fight"

    From Jane Fonda and Martha Stewart to Shonda Rhimes and Patty Hearst. Few people’s careers have intersected with as many media legends as Susan Lyne.

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    From the Lessons from the Trenches desk

  8. Serena Schuler: TV has a responsibility to create role models

    Women may only make up some 3% of CEOs of venture backed companies, but they do exist. And it’s possible, a story about someone overcoming even more odds than the typical startup founder just might make for more interesting television.

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    From the Gender Wars desk

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