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Q&A: Henry Blodget on redemption, Eliot Spitzer, and taking criticism

The one-time Wall Street darling is trying journalism after being barred from the securities industry. He says blogging isn't always easy, but at least he laughs more.

By October 6, 2008


Amazon's Bezos leads $5M investment in Business Insider

Jeff Bezos' investment company pumps new cash into the news Web site, a deal that started with a dinner between the Amazon CEO and Business Insider's Henry Blodget.

By April 5, 2013


Ben Horowitz picks Apple over Google for mobile platforms

The venture capitalist talks about the brewing battle between Google's Android and Apple iOS at Business Insider's Ignition West conference today in San Francisco. Henry Blodget, Business Insider editor in chief, moderates the discussion.

March 21, 2012


Google to competitors: I drink your milkshake

Henry Blodget of Silicon Alley Insider examines Google's ad growth against those of 17 online and traditional media rivals.

By March 14, 2008


Tech stock happy days are here--yet again?

With Google's share price well over $600 and Henry Blodget a born-again pundit, is history about to repeat itself?

By October 8, 2007


Beyond Binary Bits - Dec. 17, 2007

Vista tops list of tech disappointments...NYT and Henry Blodget weigh in on Google's threat to Microsoft...More people are "Googling" themselves and more...

By December 17, 2007


Wanna keep bitching about Frank Quattrone? Get over it already

If none other than Henry Blodget is back in business, bloviating about stocks and technology trends, I suppose we can cut Quattrone a little slack as well.

By April 10, 2008


Silicon Valley vs. Silicon Alley: The cheat sheet

As bloggers Michael Arrington and Henry Blodget brew up a mini East Coast-West Coast feud of dubious origins, CNET News.com reveals the real differences between the two tech scenes.

By October 3, 2007


Amazon scores Obama Q&A for Kindle Singles Interview series

A coup for Kindle's shop for mini e-books, the new interview series lands President Obama as its next subject. It's the latest move inching the e-commerce giant into the realm of news.

By July 30, 2013