TechCrunch  Nov 23  Comment 
 It’s become a meme in tech circles, “IPOs are the new down round,” venture capitalists quip. The dreaded “down round,” when a startup raises capital beneath its prior valuation, is getting pushed back to the public markets. While most...
MarketWatch  Nov 11  Comment 
China isn’t part of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement, but viewers of Tuesday’s Republican debate might not have realized that if not for Rand Paul.
TechCrunch  Oct 15  Comment 
 Some big news today for Quip, the mobile-first word processing and collaboration app that competes with the likes of Google Docs. The eponymous startup behind the service has raised $30 million in funding — a Series B round led by Greylock...
Forbes  Oct 15  Comment 
Quip raises $30 million Series B and appoints New Relic veteran as chief customer officer as it goes after Microsoft Office and Google Docs.
Forbes  Jul 24  Comment 
“No matter who you are, most of the smartest people work for someone else.” In the 1990s, Sun co-founder Bill Joy thus challenged leaders to face the Knowledge Revolution. His quip later became “Joy’s Law.” Joy was not talking about the...
TechCrunch  Jul 8  Comment 
 When Quip was first debuted to the world in two years ago by its co-founder, former Facebook CTO Bret Taylor, its unique selling point was that it was a “mobile first” word processor, built for the always connected, always collaborating...
New York Times  Jul 8  Comment 
A company that offered a kind of Microsoft Office for the mobile age rediscovers the desktop, but with a difference: What’s in your computer is what’s in the cloud. If it takes, it could change how many things are built.
The Hindu Business Line  Jun 25  Comment 
US presidential hopeful’s dislike for the ‘Indian-American’ tag sets off reactions
The Economist  May 14  Comment 
THERE is a popular quip (popular in some circles, anyway) that the International Monetary Fund’s acronym stands for “It’s Mostly Fiscal”. In the 1990s it was taken as a given that the Fund would advocate for tighter fiscal policy, whatever...
TechCrunch  May 5  Comment 
 Did you know you’re supposed to replace your toothbrush every three months? Apparently, this is actually the recommended time frame preferred by the ADA, but most consumers just wait until their bristles wear out, or it randomly occurs to them...



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