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JustFab acquires The Fab Shoes to take on the European market

venturebeat.com
After acquiring FabKids earlier this year, JustFab announced today the acquisition of another “Fab” brand – The Fab shoes – for an undisclosed amount. The Fab Shoes is a European-based e-commerce shoe club with over 500,000 members in France and Spain. And that fits well with JustFab’s plans. With its newest acquisition, the subscription-based...
JustFab acquires The Fab Shoes to take on the European market

Customer Service Platform Zendesk Signs Up Evernote As Its 25,000th Business

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Zendesk says that it closed out 2012 by crossing the 25,000 customer milestone. It’s a big-name company, too — note-taking app Evernote announced that it will be using Zendesk to deliver customer service. “When we develop Evernote, we strive for ease-of-use, scalability and availability across multiple platforms,” said Vice President...
Customer Service Platform Zendesk Signs Up Evernote As Its 25,000th Business

Former AT&T, Zumobi exec dies in New Zealand plane crash

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Eric Hertz. Photo via National Business Review. Former Zumobi executive and CEO of New Zealand mobile company 2degrees Eric Hertz passed away after crashing his Beechcraft Baron plane into Kawhia Hawbour, 60 miles south of Auckland. The crash occurred Saturday afternoon. Hertz’s wife, Kathy, was also on board. Before heading...
Former AT&T, Zumobi exec dies in New Zealand plane crash
A tale of two crashes

Yext reaches 100,000 paid, active locations in its pursuit to keep business information fresh across the web

thenextweb.com
Yext has reached the 100,000 paid, active locations in its system. Reaching the six-figure customer mark is a point of graduation for the company. As a service, Yext allows businesses and other location-centric enterprises to update their key information across a number of online locations, such as Yelp and CitySearch....
Yext reaches 100,000 paid, active locations in its pursuit to keep business information fresh across the web

Google Launches Apps Marketplace for the Enterprise

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Google launched an application marketplace today comprised of services from third-party providers that integrate with the Google Apps ecosystem. The news has been anticipated for some time. In particular, it shows how much Google is embracing open-standards and leveraging its search and Google Apps platform to attract third-party developers. Sponsor...
Google Launches Apps Marketplace for the Enterprise

Insights: Three Reasons Why Zoho Joined the Google Apps Marketplace

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Since the announcement went live yesterday about the Google Marketplace, we've had a number of companies come to us about how its applications will fit with the service. We'll do a fuller look at these companies this week but for some immediate perspective we decided to take a look at...
Insights: Three Reasons Why Zoho Joined the Google Apps Marketplace
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