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Sarah Lacy and Paul Bradley Carr

Sarah Lacy is Editor in Chief and CEO of Pando. Paul Bradley Carr is Editorial Director of Pando.

  1. Drive for Uber or Lyft? Get a 100% free Pando membership right now

    Uber and Lyft are cutting payments to drivers, so we're making it free for those drivers to read our coverage of the companies (and everything else.)

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    From the Future of Journalism desk

  2. SoulCycle’s Melanie Whelan, Sequoia's Alfred Lin, and GrubHub’s Matt Maloney join the Pandoland 2016 line-up in Chicago

    They join Dick Costolo, Margaret Atwood, and Max Levchin already confirmed. Get your discounted early ticket right now.

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    From the Pandoland 2016 desk

  3. Happy New Year! Try a month of Pando membership, on us!

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    From the Inside Baseball desk

  4. A Pando update: We're finally profitable -- but it hasn't been easy

    Back in June, we launched our $10-a-month membership program. As we explained at the time, it’s critical -- now more than ever -- that there are more, not fewer, fully independent voices covering the tech industry.

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    From the Inside Baseball desk

  5. Simply having a wonderful episode of PandoLIVE

    In this not-at-all-seasonally themed episode, we discuss the politicization of Silicon Valley, with special attention paid to Uber's comms and policy shake-up. We also consider the good and the bad of "philanthrocapitalism," with special attention paid to Mark Zuckerberg and Pierre Omidyar.

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    From the PandoLIVE desk

  6. Trump, Yahoo, Hillary, Twitter and more: Listen to this week's PandoLIVE!

    On this week's PandoLIVE we discuss Henry Blodget's fast fading fandom of Donald Trump, Jack Dorsey's latest trick to make you engage with Twitter "Moments," whether Hillary Clinton really is a #girlboss and more. Listen to the whole episode below:

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    From the PandoLIVE desk

  7. We're back! Listen to this week's PandoLive

    In this week's show, we discuss Hillary Clinton's surprise appearance on Quora, Henry Blodget's alarming support of Donald Trump and the nuances of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles theme.

    By Sarah Lacy and Paul Bradley Carr , written on

    From the PandoLIVE desk

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