WHERE ARE THEY NOW: What Happened To Everyone Featured In This Iconic 2006 BusinessWeek Story?

WHERE ARE THEY NOW: What Happened To Everyone Featured In This Iconic 2006 BusinessWeek Story?

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In the summer of 2006 Kevin Rose was plastered on the cover of Businessweek with the headline: "How This Kid Made $60 Million In 18 Months." The subtitle read, "Digg.com's Kevin Rose leads a new brat pack of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs." Sarah Lacy, now of PandoDaily, wrote that Rose...
WHERE ARE THEY NOW: What Happened To Everyone Featured In This Iconic 2006 BusinessWeek Story?

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