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Sarah Lacy

Sarah Lacy is founder and editor in chief of Pando. 

  1. PandoDaily Hires It's First Copy Editor!

    I'm thrilled to announce that Nathan Pensky is joining the PandoDaily team as our new copy editor today. He'll be doing all sorts of old media-esque things like creating a PandoDaily style guide and declaring war on split infinitives.

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  2. FT Makes It Clear: Yahoo's Patent Troll Move Was All Thompson

    What is it about the Yahoo top job that makes otherwise respected business people look inane?

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  3. Back to Innovation? Scott Thompson's First Shameful Move

    Wow. I didn't think Yahoo could do it, but it may have just fallen further in Silicon Valley's esteem. It's gone from Silicon Valley punching bag to something even more reviled, a patent troll.

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  4. Startups Navigating China: Better To Be Yahoo Than Groupon

    In the first wave of the Web, almost everyone failed trying to go into China.

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  5. Why Content Favors the Old (Entrepreneur)

    Starting PandoDaily has been one of the most terrifying and exhilarating things I've ever done.

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  6. Calm Down, Wall Street - Marc Benioff Is Right About Salesforce's Margins

    I haven't always been the biggest Marc Benioff fan. And not just because, arguably, that title is held by Marc Benioff.

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  7. Moms Are Mad As Hell And...Well, They'll Just Have To Shop Elsewhere

    It hasn't been getting much tech blog attention, but moms are seriously pissed at Amazon.

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  8. Lemon.com Launches New Version. It's Blippy Done Right.

    In Silicon Valley, near-endless cash and low burn rates can mean that companies limp on long after it's clear they aren't going to be the next big thing.

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