How I launched Hipmunk in an industry I initially knew nothing about

How I launched Hipmunk in an industry I initially knew nothing about

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New Neither Steve Huffman or I knew much about the travel business when we started Hipmunk together in June 2010. We figured we’d be able to get flight data from any number of places—perhaps by “scraping” it off of other sites, and then linking customers to those sites to book their...
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