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  • eBay and Icahn call a truce

    / Marketing

    eBay and Icahn call a truce

    Billionaire investor and eBay shareholder Carl Icahn has agreed to withdraw his proposal that eBay spin off PayPal, along with his two board nominations. The news comes after months of Icahn openly lampooning the e-marketplace’s top executives and their business decisions.

    Posted 04/10/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    Billionaire investor and eBay shareholder Carl Icahn has agreed to withdraw his proposal that eBay spin off PayPal, along with his two board nominations. The news comes after months of Icahn openly lampooning the e-marketplace’s top executives and their business decisions.
  • An educational software seller grows from freemium to premium

    / B2B

    An educational software seller grows from freemium to premium

    Kidblog launched four years ago, offering its web tool to educators for free. Now, with more than 4.7 million users and a presence in 75% of U.S. school districts,  it’s selling premium versions of the software—and getting help from another startup to handle the often complicated process of getting approval for a purchase.

    Posted 04/14/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    Kidblog launched four years ago, offering its web tool to educators for free. Now, with more than 4.7 million users and a presence in 75% of U.S. school districts, ?it’s selling premium versions of the software—and getting help from another startup to handle the often complicated process of…

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