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Paul Carr

Paul Carr is editorial director of Pando. 

  1. Uber is hiring journalists! (And hopefully this time they won't be digging through trash)

    Six months ago Buzzfeed reported that Uber exec Emil Michael had threatened to hire journalists to dig into the personal lives of its critics... Over dinner, he outlined the notion of spending “a million dollars” to hire four top opposition researchers and four journalists. That team could, he said, help Uber fight back against the press — they’d look into “your personal lives, your families,” and give the media a taste of its own medicine...

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  3. John Biggs raising venture capital for tech startup. Next to leave TechCrunch?

    After AOL's acquisition by Verizon, writers at the company's tech blog, TechCrunch, were assured that nothing would change.

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  4. Fmr Gawker exec: Valleywag was created to "give Nick Denton leverage over Silicon Valley companies"

    Another gem of a claim from disgruntled former Gawker editorial director, Joel Johnson.

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  5. Disgruntled former Gawker exec: Nick Denton is a coward, here are the company's financials

    Editorial staff at Gawker Media have voted overwhelmingly to unionize through the Writers Guild of America. That's very interesting.

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  6. Listen again to last night's PandoLIVE

    Last night's PandoLIVE featured guest Dan Raile, Dennis Keohane and David Holmes to discuss Re/Code, the East Coast - West Coast VC battle and HBO's Silicon Valley. It also featured a giant dictionary, a discussion of my horrible taste in music and your non sequitur emails and Tweets.

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  7. Tonight's PandoLIVE is LIVE now, with Dan Raile in the studio

    We're joined in the studio for tonight's PandoLIVE by Dan Raile, fresh from his trip to Code conference. Aside from Re/Code, Dan will be talking about food trucks, and Ellen Pao.

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  8. As Ross Ulbricht is jailed for life, Alex Winter's "really fucking sad" Silk Road movie feels even more tragic

    Ross Ulbricht, the mastermind behind Silk Road, has been sentenced to life in prison. Prosecutors described Ulbricht as “the kingpin of a worldwide digital drug-trafficking enterprise.” During sentencing, the judge told him “what you did in connection with Silk Road was terribly destructive to our social fabric.”

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