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Sarah Lacy

Sarah Lacy is founder and editor in chief of Pando. 

  1. Enterprise the Hottest Category at the Crunchies? Who Would Have Thought

    We had a great time at the Crunchies last night. It's always a special night, when the tech blogs to put away their daily fights and come together to celebrate the reason we all have jobs: Because entrepreneurs in the Valley build great companies.

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  2. Introducing Our First Event Series: PandoMonthly

    One of the reasons that the Valley continues to produce great companies, cycle-after-cycle is that when you put smart, entrepreneurial people in the same place, great things happen.

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  3. Andreessen Horowitz Closes $1.5 Billion New Fund

    Andreessen Horowitz is dramatically increasing its funds under management-- again. The firm has raised a $1.5 billion third fund, bringing the total under management to $2.7 billion. "It's a pretty big step up," said Marc Andreessen in an early morning call.

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  4. Inspirato Reportedly Closing Big VC Round at $500m-or-So Valuation

    We're hearing that luxury home time-share company Inspirato is in the process of closing a large round of funding at a substantially higher valuation.

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  5. The Real Story of How Dick Costolo Kicked Investors Off Twitter's Board

    The dribs and drabs of news about the shakeup of Twitter's board last year has produced a confusing picture. The message I was hearing from sources while I was out on maternity leave amounted to: "Nothing to see here. Some people just decided to leave. That happens all the time. What's the big deal?"

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  6. ZocDoc Opens in San Diego Today, 37 More Cities to Go

    I caught up with ZocDoc's CEO Cyrus Massoumi last week during his whirlwind trip up and down the West Coast. The company just opened operations in Seattle last monday and are opening operations in San Diego this Monday. In between, he popped in to see how things are going in San Francisco.

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  7. So Not Helping: Chinese Government Publication Lauds Twitter's New Policy

    We've debated this a lot at PandoDaily this weekend, but I haven't been one of those bloggers chasing Twitter with torches and pitchforks over its controversial move to censor Tweets within certain territories when they receive an official take-down notice.

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  8. I Guess We Have Google's Answer: Search Results Are No Longer Sacred

    Google has finally broken its silence on the Don't Be Evil Toolbar/Search Plus Your World scandal with Google Fellow and search chief Amit Singhal granting an exclusive interview to Danny Sullivan. If you haven't read it, go do so now.

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