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20 HOURS AGO - Business Insider

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10 Things In Tech You Need To Know This Morning (YHOO, GOOG)

Good morning! Happy tax day. The news you need to know: The inside story of Clinkle, a payments startup run by a 21-year-old, that raised a $25 million seed round, then imploded. It's well-reported, read the whole thing. Google bought a high-flying solar-powered drone company called Titan Aerospace. Titan's drones can fly for five years at a time. Google will use ...

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APR 14, 2014 - Mashable

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Sean Parker's Latest Startup Aims to Boost Civic Involvement

Napster co-founder and former Facebook President Sean Parker has resurfaced — as the CEO of a startup that hopes to prompt more Americans to take part in local politics and government. Veteran Venture Capitalist Ron Conway and Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff are also investing in the venture, called Brigade, according to Jano Cabrera, worldwide EVP at PR firm Burson-Marsteller. The ...

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APR 14, 2014 - TechCrunch

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Brigade Media Raises $9.3M From Sean Parker To Shake Up American Democracy

 Stealthy, unlaunched startup Brigade Media has raised $9.3 million from Sean Parker of Facebook fame, along with unknown sums from Ron Conway and Marc Benioff, TechCrunch has learned. Parker’s investment is personal, and not from Founders Fund, a group that he hasĀ stepped back from. In fact, Parker will be taking over the Chairman and CEO role, at least on an ...

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APR 02, 2014 - TechCrunch

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Ron Conway Asks Tech CEOs To Step Up For Ellis Act Reform, Stop Evictions

Ron Conway, the widely influential angel investor, is asking tech CEOs across San Francisco to support Ellis Act reform, which will help slow no-fault evictions of long-time residents as rents across the city skyrocket. The non-profit Conway started, Sf.citi, sent a letter out to its hundreds of member companies earlier today. The Ellis Act is a provision in California state ...

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