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Sarah Lacy and Michael Carney

Sarah Lacy is the founder and editor-in-chief of PandoDaily. She is an award winning journalist and author of two critically acclaimed books, “Once You’re Lucky, Twice You’re Good: The Rebirth of Silicon Valley and the Rise of Web 2.0″ (Gotham Books, May 2008) and “Brilliant, Crazy, Cocky: How the Top 1% of Entrepreneurs Profit from Global Chaos” (Wiley, February 2011). She has been covering technology news for over 15 years, most recently as a senior editor for TechCrunch. — Michael Carney is a West Coast Editor at PandoDaily, covering venture capital, financial technologies, ecommerce, the future of television, and a variety of other subjects. He has spent his career exploring the world of early stage technology as an investor and entrepreneur, working in multiple countries within North and South America and Asia. He is an enthusiast of all things shiny and electronic and is inspired by those who build businesses and regularly tackle difficult problems. You can follow Michael on Twitter @mcarney.
  1. Amoruso's NastyGal move might show she knows herself as well as she knows her "girl"

    We all know there’s no such thing as the overnight success in the startup world -- much as Hollywood and glossy magazines would like to pretend there is.

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  2. Will the Box IPO be John the Baptist to Dropbox's Jesus?

    In a widely anticipated move, enterprise cloud storage company Box has filed an S-1 ahead of its IPO. But while the world gets its first look at Box’s numbers today, the process of going public has been in the works for a while, kept secret thanks to provisions of the JOBS Act.

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    From the News desk

  3. John Doerr’s last stand: Can a dramatic shakeup save Kleiner Perkins?

    Jesus Christ, Kleiner Perkins just can't catch a break.

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    From the News desk

  4. Sources: JustFab agrees to acquire ShoeDazzle, announcement coming by week's end (confirmed)

    Update: The companies have since confirmed this transaction, calling it a "merger." Additional details are available in our follow-up post, here.

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  5. Sources: Ziff Davis is close to buying IGN

    It's no secret that News Corp. has been trying to sell gaming portal IGN for some time. It even floated an aspirational price to the Wall Street Journal: $100 million.

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  6. ShoeDazzle's New CEO Is Risking it All to Build a Billion-Dollar Company

    ShoeDazzle's business is losing customers and top management.

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    From the News desk