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BlogHer nabs iVillage deal, NBC investment

The deal is a coup for BlogHer because it will give the company the chance to promote content from its network's 2,200 blogs across a range of NBC Web sites, including Oxygen.com and BravoTV.com.

By July 16, 2008

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GE, Comcast reportedly value NBCU at $30 billion

The apparent agreement on a valuation for NBC Universal sets the stage for cable giant Comcast to buy the movie and TV unit from GE, according to press reports.

By November 9, 2009

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Google: The open-source savior we deserve

Google's open-source business model may not be the ideal for which we've waited, but it's the one that we deserve given the values of our market.

By November 2, 2009

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Got a pink slip? Write more open-source software

You can either panic through the downturn or write open-source software. Only one of those is going to make you more money.

By November 19, 2008

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iVillage blogs about...football?

By September 8, 2006

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Idealism for New York tech, from VC Fred Wilson

The venture capitalist and local tech industry leader gave a "history lesson" of the city's industry as his keynote at the Web 2.0 Expo, but it seemed unnaturally idealistic given economic times that keep getting worse.

By September 17, 2008

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The problem with open-source revenue models

Open source has a revenue model problem that is only exacerbated over time.

By August 27, 2008

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For she-bloggers, does it take a village to profit?

BlogHer co-founder Lisa Stone talks with CNET News about blogging, the power of women online, and her company's new partnership with iVillage.

By July 17, 2008

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Women's tech conference draws Macy's, not Google

At the BlogHer 2008 conference, female bloggers are surrounded by the very mainstream brand advertisers that the Internet media industry has clamored to attract for the last 10 years.

By July 19, 2008

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The best way to retain top IT talent

Baseline Magazine lists eight ways to retain and find top IT talent, but it misses the most promising strategy of all: Open source.

By April 30, 2008