Social media start-up – well, it’s been around for a decade – StumbleUpon just lost its CEO, Garrett Camp. He’d been with the company since its launch in 2002. According to Business Insider, Camp ‘has been talking to the board …―
If you’ve ever been to a business conference or a film festival, you’ll know that these events rarely run entirely on schedule. Times and locations for speakers or film viewings are sometimes changed, or entirely canceled. ...―
People love to stay at Tumblr. The average visitor spends 89 minutes there, tying it with Pinterest at #2 behind Facebook for this metric. And, the number of people taking up the Tumblr habit is increasing: from 6.9 mn unique …―
With the Facebook IPO right around the corner, the social media giant is starting to feel some pressure. Even with user base growth, revenue growth is slowing, and even with still-impressive revenue growth, profit growth isn’t showing the promise ...―
Over the past one-, three- and five-year periods ending in Q3 2011, private equity has outperformed the public capital markets. According to research firm Preqin, private equity has generated annualized returns of: One-year: 12.8 percent ...―
Private secondary trading platform SecondMarket has revealed its Q1 2012 results. Many of the same charts are available, although the company has added the community banking sector results, reflecting its entry into this new space. Here’s what you...―
Timid Tumblr? I think not. The social media company’s first real foray into advertising (its ‘highlighted post’ product really doesn’t count) is a bold one: the starting point is $25,000, according to Business Insider. The ads will appear on ...―
We’re four months into 2012, and another month’s end offers another milestone for gauging the health of the IPO market. Check out these five stats from NYSE to get a sense of where we are relative to last year, as …―
Depending on your metric, Facebook’s acquisition of Instagram just released some latent value. According to Mashable, the mobile photo-sharing service has soared past 50 mn users, up from around 35 mn at the time Facebook bought it for $1 bn …―
So, we have a lot to celebrate. The IPO market has pulled itself from the depths of H2 2011, and companies are going public again. Capital is being raised. People are ringing celebratory opening bells. Let’s take a look at …―
White-hot start-up Tumblr is losing its president. John Maloney put the word out on his Tumblr-powered blog, explaining that he’s going to ‘spend more time with my family, more time supporting startups/founders, paying some things forward, and...―
Currently everyone moves toward online business, question arises in our mind is that why ...
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I have no doubt that creating and using an eBook for marketing is one of the most powerful ...