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Sarah Lacy

Sarah Lacy is founder and editor in chief of Pando. 

  1. Greg Kumparak Is Joining PandoDaily!

    We're thrilled to announce our next big hire: Greg Kumparak -- former Mobile Editor at TechCrunch -- is joining PandoDaily.

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  2. New Messaging Platform Mumbo Launches with $4 Million from Redpoint

    Ross Dargahi is horrible at making predictions about other people's companies. He once bet me dinner anywhere in the world that Facebook wouldn't be worth more than $30 million. Out of kindness, I haven't collected.

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  3. Fab Isn't an Ecommerce Company; It's a Content Company with Sales

    Fab's insanely rapid ascension to popularity is fast even for these heady days of social commerce. It took Gilt two years to get to one million users, ditto One King's Lane. Fab got to two million users in just seven months, adding 450,000 people in just the last thirty days. The site expects to do more than $100 million in revenues this year.

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  4. Yammer Closing Monster $50M+ Funding Round Imminently

    We hear that the paperwork has just been signed on a monster new funding round for Yammer. There was more than $100 million in interest, and the company took just north of $50 million, last we heard, although that may still creep up as the deal closes.

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  5. Twitter Recruiting for a New VP Corporate Communications

    The turnover in Twitter's CEO chair may be over, but the company is still struggling to find permanence at the VP level.

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  6. ShopRunner Buys Shopsanity to Help Retailers Take on Amazon

    You might need a whiteboard for this one.

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  7. Wealthfront Releases New Tool to Demystify Post-IPO Stock-Selling

    Wealthfront continues to fight the New York-based, suited-up wealth management zombies with the thing Silicon Valley does best: Technology. The online financial company is making a big push to get the business of newly minted Valley millionaires.

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  8. I Can't Believe Arianna Is Turning My Old Office into a Nap Room

    There are a small number of readers who can't get enough of the inside baseball of the TechCrunch implosion. And a large number of readers who wish we'd all just move on. I've tried to take the high road at all opportunities, because the former are mostly just rubberneckers and the latter are serious readers who want to read great stuff about tech and startups. I promised when I started this site, I wouldn't waste their time.

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