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Celebrating 25 Years of Dot-Com

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Twenty-five years ago on this date, the first company registered a Web address with the now prolific .com extension. In recognition of that milestone, we've ask Internet industry leaders to take a look back at the impact of .com and share perspectives on the future direction of the Internet. We're...
Celebrating 25 Years of Dot-Com

President Clinton Talks About His Internet Legacy (BTW, He's an iPhone Dude, While the GOP's #41 Is a BlackBerry Teen) [BoomTown]

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Here is a video I did of former President Bill Clinton talking at an event related to the 25th anniversary of the first .com domain registration. Clinton gave a keynote speech first–which was inexplicably about healthcare legislation and then global warming. But, after it was done, he sat down...
President Clinton Talks About His Internet Legacy (BTW, He's an iPhone Dude, While the GOP's #41 Is a BlackBerry Teen) [BoomTown]

President Clinton Talks About His Internet Legacy (BTW, He's an iPhone Dude, While the GOP's #41 Is a BlackBerry Teen)

kara.allthingsd.com
Here is a video I did of former President Bill Clinton talking at an event related to the 25th anniversary of the first .com domain registration. Clinton gave a keynote speech first–which was inexplicably about healthcare legislation and then global warming. But, after it was done, he sat down...
President Clinton Talks About His Internet Legacy (BTW, He's an iPhone Dude, While the GOP's #41 Is a BlackBerry Teen)

Military ID Verification Service, Troop ID, Raises $2.1 Million

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Iraq War veteran and Troop ID founder, Blake Hall, has scored a cool $2.1 million from notable investors, such as David Tisch and Mark McLaughlin. The former elite soldier has raised a total of $5.7M for his identity service that verifies military credentials and partners them with brands. “The concept...
Military ID Verification Service, Troop ID, Raises $2.1 Million

In First Earnings Report Post-IPO, Palo Alto Networks Beats, Sees Q4 Revenue Up 88 Percent To $75.6M

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Today, security company Palo Alto Networks reported its first earnings after becoming a public company in July. Revenue for the fourth quarter grew 88 percent year-over-year to $75.6 million, compared with $40.2 million in the fiscal fourth quarter of 2011. The company saw a GAAP net loss for the fiscal...
In First Earnings Report Post-IPO, Palo Alto Networks Beats, Sees Q4 Revenue Up 88 Percent To $75.6M

Another Great Tech IPO: Palo Alto Networks Soars

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Shares of Palo Alto Networks Inc soared 31 percent on their market debut on the New York Stock Exchange on Friday, as investors bet on the growth of the enterprise software market. The Santa Clara, California-based company, which makes security software for businesses, opened to trade at $55.15, after shares...
Another Great Tech IPO: Palo Alto Networks Soars
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