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Brad Garlinghouse updates Yahoo 'Peanut Butter Manifesto'

Yahoo should spend its capital acquiring companies with dynamic leadership, such as Flipboard and Gravity, says former Yahoo executive who's now CEO of YouSendIt.

By May. 21, 2012


Ex-AOL honcho Brad Garlinghouse to run YouSendIt

Known for having sent the famous Jerry McGuire-esque "Peanut Butter Manifesto" at Yahoo, the executive becomes CEO of YouSendIt after years at AOL.

By May. 15, 2012


Garlinghouse to leave AOL, reports say

Chief of the company's commerce and applications division is reportedly frustrated with how the former Internet giant is being run.

By Nov. 16, 2011


AOL taps Garlinghouse for key roles

Author of the "Peanut Butter Manifesto" at Yahoo in 2006, Brad Garlinghouse takes charge of AOL's Internet and mobile efforts, as well as its Silicon Valley operations.

By Sep. 8, 2009


Snowden revelations spook Hightail's cloud-computing customers

Brad Garlinghouse, CEO of the collaboration and data-sharing service, says customers' data-security worries slow their purchasing. And Hightail has had to change its own business.

By Dec. 11, 2013


YouSendIt CEO: Beware the Silicon Valley bubble

Brad Garlinghouse says it's dangerous for startups to get carried away by the hype that's so audible in California's high-tech echo chamber. Also: a new company name for YouSendIt.

By Dec. 5, 2012


YouSendIt suffers downtime, service hiccups

Popular file sharing service YouSendIt experiences significant issues, with users unable to send files to one another.

By Jun. 26, 2012


Pinterest inspires gift givers with holiday gift guides

One of the major holiday challenges is what to give people; the social network aims to solve this problem by rolling out more than 100 holiday gift boards organized by notable pinners and celebrities.

By Nov. 27, 2013


Dropbox plans Windows 8 touch support

The file-sharing service is adapting its software the live tiles and touch actions of Windows 8's new interface.

By Dec. 5, 2012


AOL to announce company reorg, report says

Beleaguered Internet pioneer will combine dial-up services with Web services, CEO Tim Armstrong tells Bloomberg.

By Dec. 12, 2011