Ex-WhitePages execs start Meritshare, a new way to reward top-performing co-workers
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These 20 Brands Lost The Most Facebook Likes The Day Of The Fake Fan Purge

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On September 27, Facebook began to purge fake accounts and "Likes" from the social media site. Execs speaking at Business Insider's Social Media ROI conference began murmuring in the halls, asking one another if they'd noticed a dip in their fan pages. Click here to see Facebook's biggest Like losers>...
These 20 Brands Lost The Most Facebook Likes The Day Of The Fake Fan Purge

IT execs say working with startups is worth the risk

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Working with startups requires a lot of legwork and knowing how to manage the risk. But the rewards can be great....
IT execs say working with startups is worth the risk

Startup Funeral: Honoring The Lessons Of Failure [Video]

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Failure gets a lot of praise in the tech world. It's a great learning experience, it's a vital growth opportunity, etc. But nobody celebrates the actual event. Recently several entrepreneurs in New York City got together to do just that, holding the inaugural Startup Funeral to honor the memory of...
Startup Funeral: Honoring The Lessons Of Failure [Video]

Facebook says small businesses 'just as important' as big brands

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As Facebook execs go on a speaking tour and court large brands and agencies during Advertising Week in New York, the company maintains that it wants the social network to continue to be a valuable platform for small businesses to connect with current and future customers. Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg...
Facebook says small businesses 'just as important' as big brands

Startup News: David Karp Goes Native, Netflix for Real Life, Digg Is Reborn (Again)

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(Photo: wikipedia.org) Among the Natives David Karp put on his salesman hat this week and preached the Tumblr gospel in front of execs at an Advertising Week event. Karp pushed his company’s new approach to “native” non-intrusive marketing. He went as far as to call Tumblr the "brave new world." The site now...
Startup News: David Karp Goes Native, Netflix for Real Life, Digg Is Reborn (Again)
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In Latest Attempt to Become the Most Hated Company Ever, Time Warner Plans to Charge a Monthly Modem Fee

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(Photo: Maximum PC) When not pissing off the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Time Warner Cable execs apparently take to their evil lair to devise new schemes to wring every last penny out of their hapless customers. The latest pocket gauger? A monthly modem fee. The New York Times reports that...
In Latest Attempt to Become the Most Hated Company Ever, Time Warner Plans to Charge a Monthly Modem Fee

Fake Reviews Shadow Brands Selling Online

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Buying positive product reviews is unethical and sometimes illegal, but always sleazy. Yet the practice flourishes on popular sites like Yelp, TripAdvisor, Google Places and Amazon, according to research firm Gartner. Where Shoppers Go For Advice Online reviews, especially those posted at marketplaces like Amazon, are more popular purchasing tools...
Fake Reviews Shadow Brands Selling Online

Execs Abandon Airtime as Sean Parker Resorts to Meaningless Buzzwords

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(Photo: flickr.com/christmas-on-mars) Tech’s golden party boy, who was once portrayed by a mugging Justin Timberlake in a dialogue-heavy Aaron Sorkin flick, has hit a wall with his new startup, Airtime. Sean Parker, (in)famous for cofounding Napster, serving as the first president of Facebook and as a Spotify board member, opened...
Execs Abandon Airtime as Sean Parker Resorts to Meaningless Buzzwords
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