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The 17-Year-Old Yahoo Paid $30 Million Did Not Build His Startup's App (Or Invent Its Technology)

www.businessinsider.com
A few weeks ago, Yahoo made headlines when it acquired Summly, a startup run by a 17-year-old CEO named Nick D'Aloisio for $30 million. Summly is a news aggregation app. We thought the deal was weird. Here is why: Summly never had many users or any revenues. Yahoo is shutting the app...
The 17-Year-Old Yahoo Paid $30 Million Did Not Build His Startup's App (Or Invent Its Technology)
Google Begged This Woman To Stay, But She Left To Start Her Own Company

Gogobot hits 1 million users, boasting 30 times more traffic than all its competitors

thenextweb.com
Travel is a multi-trillion dollar industry, so naturally companies as small as Trippy to as giant as Google all want a piece of the pie. In recent years, travel companies have tried to harness the power of data aggregation along with the social graph to produce powerful travel planning tools. For many,...
Gogobot hits 1 million users, boasting 30 times more traffic than all its competitors

America's Carriers Are Terrible. It's Probably Your Fault.

techcrunch.com
A few days ago I landed in England and, expecting little, slipped an old UK SIM card into my phone. I’d bought it when living in London five years ago, and hadn’t used it in more than a year. But to my amazement it was still active — as was...
America's Carriers Are Terrible. It's Probably Your Fault.

Ingrid Lunden Now Writes For Us From London And Colleen Taylor Will Be Our TCTV Reporter

techcrunch.com
Silicon Valley thrives on change. At TechCrunch, we chronicle change, honor it, and, lately, we’ve been living it. As we rebuild TechCrunch, it’s the talent of our writers that sets us apart. We are adding two new names to the editorial staff, saying goodbye to some colleagues, and promoting from...
Ingrid Lunden Now Writes For Us From London And Colleen Taylor Will Be Our TCTV Reporter

Free Olympic video feeds from 40 European broadcasters draw millions

www.guardian.co.uk
Eurovision Sports website allows viewers to tune in legally to coverage by all major broadcasters across EuropeA European Broadcasting Union website giving access to free and legal TV coverage of the Olympics by 40 broadcasters across Europe is attracting millions of users a day.The Eurovision Sports website allows viewers to...
Free Olympic video feeds from 40 European broadcasters draw millions
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