SurveyMonkey CEO Dave Goldberg on launches, lazy VCs, and why Germany’s on his radar
13 Dec 2013, 3:00 am
Launched 14 years ago and achieving $62 million in EBITA in 2012, online survey company SurveyMonkey is a veteran of the Silicon Vally startup scene. With more than 14 million users globally, the company is now keen to boost these …
The fund’s money will be used on an aggressive marketing strategy, opening a network of showrooms in Moscow and other big Russian cities, and changing its IT infrastructure and its website to make it more user-friendly.
Earlier today Twitter decided to make a pretty significant change to its account-blocking functionality that caused such a huge uproar from users that it ended up changing everything back already.
Indian Billionaire G.M.Rao To Sell Istanbul Airport Stake For $350 Million In Run Up To IPO
GMR Infrastructure, controlled by billionaire G.M.Rao has reportedly signed an agreement to sell its 40% stake in Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen Airport to TAV Airports, Turkey’s leading airport operator, for $350 million. The proposed deal has yet to get approval from Malaysia Airports and Tu
I'm always a little worried when the Financial Times echoes something that I am already thinking. It means that either I might have, inadvertently, had a good idea or that I am having the sort of ideas that are supported by the Financial Times. Either way, a surprising finding. But they are indeed s
Felix Salmon has a nice point over here. That Uber, Lyft and other such services will actually raise taxi drivers' incomes, not lower them over time. This isn't what we would initially think of course but in the larger cities, where a medallion is needed to put a cab on the streets this will indeed
I’ve always believed leadership exists to disrupt mediocrity, but I’m afraid in recent times many leaders are losing that battle. Somewhere along the way, they threw in the towel and settled for a weak-kneed, watered-down version of leadership – they have rationalized and justified
The 50 Worst Things On The Internet In 2013
Ah, yes, 2013 was a good year. *Swirls internet around in glass* *Inhales* *Sips*
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This tribute to extinct dinosaurs, Paul Walker, Brian Griffin, and Nelson Mandela
A lot of very cute things, that’s what happens.
A "Magical Piano" was set up at Chicago's Union Station by Amtrak. The magic is that it's played by remote control with local musician Andrew Blendermann tinkling the ivories off-camera.
“Just because it makes you feel uncomfortable doesn’t mean it has to change.”
Kelly started talking about the skin color of Santa Claus and Jesus during a segment about a Slate piece by Aisha Harris. Harris' piece, titled Santa C
It’s part of their newest #FightFatTalk campaign.
Special K cereal has a new ad out called "Shhhhut Down Fat Talk," and it's been getting a lot of attention.
They noticed how often women complain about their bodies on social media.
SND 35 Call for Entries: Mandela Categories Added
The SND35 Call for Entries has been updated to include breaking news and special news categories for work related to the passing of Nelson Mandela.
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The Call for Entries for the 35th annual Best of News Design Creative Competition is now available in pdf form, along with editable Entry and Tally & Payment forms. The Call has now been translated into Spanish and German as well. The entry deadline is Jan. 15, 2014, for U.S. entries, and Jan. 2
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