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Sarah Lacy

Sarah Lacy is founder and editor in chief of Pando. 

  1. Google: Do Yourself a Favor and Just Come Clean Already

    The issue over whether Google is giving preferential treatment to its own products is back in the news, and this time the evidence is pretty damning.

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    From the News desk

  2. Why the Last Blackberry User in Silicon Valley Finally Gave It Up

    I must have been the last person in Silicon Valley insisting Blackberries were still cool. Even when I finally got an iPhone, I still carried both. Why? The physical keyboard.

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    From the News desk

  3. Why StubHub Is Still Relevant

    Last week a friend offered me a ticket to Sunday's 49ers game as a congratulations for starting PandoDaily.

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    From the News desk

  4. Why China Wins

    I love this story in the New York Times. I know we mentioned it in the PandoTicker yesterday, but it deserves to be highlighted twice because its implications are that important to understand for America and its future for tech innovation.

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    From the News desk

  5. Will 2012 Be the Year the Internet Finally Makes Us Smarter?

    It had to happen sooner or later. Paul Carr had to get something about the startup business right.

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    From the News desk

  6. Killing Hollywood Will Require Learning Hollywood's Game

    Looking around the Web today, there's been a mixture of we-killed-SOPA high-fiving and crestfallen realism that the bill isn't really dead. As long as there are movie studios and lobbyists, it'll just pop up in another form like some horrible game of whack-a-mole.

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    From the News desk

  7. Life of an Entrepreneur: I Wake Up Excited and Terrified Every Day [WITN]

    A few of you-- very few-- have asked that Paul and I bring back our "Why Is this News?" show from TCTV.

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  8. One Thing Google Failed At (Despite Billions Spent)

    When Google filed to go public in 2005 jaws-dropped at just how great the search business was in size, in margins, in just about everything.

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    From the News desk

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