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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. Fair warning, Silicon Valley: Dan "The Panda Guy" Raile is now reporting full-time for Pando

    Last year, we shared with readers our plans to get Pando profitable, and ensure we'd no longer be reliant on finding venture capital funding to keep growing. The plan meant we had to make some tough decisions, including sharpening our focus and slightly reducing newsroom headcount. It also meant weathering flak from trolls who tried to turn a painful, but vital, business decision into a grand conspiracy. Who can forget such 2014 classics as "Pando is selling to AOL!" and "Ted Rall was laid off on orders from the CIA!"?

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  2. The Pandoland 2015 Startup Competition: Applications open... now!

    For the past couple of months, we’ve been trailing the incredible speaker lineup for Pandoland 2015 in Nashville (June 15th-17th -- tickets here, etc!). The real heart and soul of the event, though, is the startup competition with a $100,000 top prize.

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  3. Announcing our newest hire: Dennis Keohane is joining Pando from the Boston Globe

    There's a lot going on at Pando right now, all of it good, and we've been meaning to write another "state of Pando" post to share some of the headlines with readers.

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  4. Launch Tennessee: This is why startups hate working with politicians

    A quick update from Pando's department of public fights we really don't have time for...

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  5. State of Pando: Exploding traffic, surging revenues... but some mistakes too

    Back in February, Sarah wrote a long “State of Pando post, announcing our new Speaking Truth To The New Power tagline and sharing our plans for the Pando’s third year. Since that time, a lot has happened: some exactly according to plan, some absolutely not. Six months later, this seems like a good time to update you on both.

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  6. Ted Rall joins Pando. This is going to be good.

    As you might have noticed, Team Pando has been killing it over the past few weeks -- with Mark Ames' coverage of the Techtopus, David Sirota on General Catalyst and Charlie Baker, James Robinson on Indiegogo scampaigns, Carmel DeAmicis on Uber's background checks, Yasha Levine at the NRA convention, Michael Carney's phenomenal Bitcoin coverage and on and on. But what you already see on the site is just the very start.

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  7. Here's Pando's formal legal response to Marty "Mad Dog" Singer's attempt to shut down our reporting

    Late last month, Pando received a legal threat from Marty "Mad Dog" Singer, an entertainment lawyer acting for New Jersey based Chatham Asset Management and the firm's principal, Anthony Melchiorre.

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  8. Chatham Asset Management just sent Pando this seven page legal threat, written by Marty “Mad Dog” Singer

    Last week Pando published the first in a series of stories by David Sirota examining proposed contracts for the handling of New Jersey public pension funds. As we reported at the time, one of the firms mentioned in the series— Chatham Asset Management — threatened to sue Sirota, and Pando, over our investigation, even before we had published our story mentioning them.

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