Evan Schumacher, chief executive of hipster-oriented events site Going.com, talks to CNET News.com about the challenges of branching into ticket sales.
Partying social network partners with remote drink-buying service. A match made in heaven.
The search company says it has begun providing Web search results to Walt Disney's Go.com, in a deal that underscores the heated competition between Google and Overture.
The purchase of the two companies--one of which was founded by new AOL CEO Tim Armstrong--aims to beef up the conglomerate's offering of local services.
The entertainment giant quietly reworks its failed Web portal a second time and replaces the site's core search engine with that of rival GoTo.com.
Walt Disney offers new details of plans to shutter its Go.com Web portal, notifying people of changes that will affect some Web services offered in exchange for personal data.
"Privacy seal" program Truste rattles its saber over the possibility that the media giant could sell customer data, despite promises otherwise.
The entertainment giant will discontinue operations of its troubled Web portal and convert shares of Disney Internet Group back into Disney common stock.
Joining the ranks of Going, Upcoming, Meetup, and plenty of others, a new site promises to make event organizing easier for the less techy crowd.