The Fancy, A Jack Dorsey-Backed Pinterest Competitor, Finds A Way To Make Money Sharing Photos

The Fancy, A Jack Dorsey-Backed Pinterest Competitor, Finds A Way To Make Money Sharing Photos

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Joe Einhorn has been an entrepreneur since age 16; he joined CapitalIQ as its first employee. Now he is working on his third startup, The Fancy. The Fancy launched last year with an $18 million investment from Ashton Kutcher, Andreessen Horowitz, Bob Pittman and others. It is a social...
The Fancy, A Jack Dorsey-Backed Pinterest Competitor, Finds A Way To Make Money Sharing Photos
                                       

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