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Another open-source startup gets money. Lots of money.
OpenAds is going after Google, and letting its community lead the way.
Does the Openads name change portend great things for the company? We'll have to wait and see, says CNET Blog Network contributor Matt Asay.
Openads just nabbed its 10,000th publisher on its new platform. Why this is cool.
Open source pioneer, OpenAds, is shaking up the online advertising community, one Web publisher at a time.
Index has always been a leading venture firm, but the addition of Mike Volpi to the team should help it deliver even better exits.
Openads is one of the industry's most interesting open-source start-ups. I interview Scott Switzer, founder and CTO, to find out what it's up to.
By making ad serving a community affair with an open API and a plug-in framework, the open-source company could potentially put Google on its heels.
The Los Angeles-based company says it has raised outside investments worth more than $110 million in its four years.
OpenX is getting yet another Yahooligan as an executive. Yahoo gets open source, but will Microsoft get Yahoo's bug?