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Jeremy Stoppelman joins the one-buck CEO club.
Jeremy Stoppelman, speaking during a Business Insider conference, adds that doing anything local takes depth and time.
Jeremy Stoppelman says the company doesn't remove or hide negative reviews in exchange for money, lashing out against allegations made in class action lawsuit.
Jeremy Stoppelman, chief exec at the business reviews site, explains to CNET News what the company has learned from last week's blowup over allegations of extortion.
CEO downplays revenue potential from company's latest efforts to close the loop between consumer and merchant.
q&a Jeremy Stoppelman, who runs the San Francisco-based reviews site, talks business in the wake of a $15 million funding round and a new office in New York.
Strong quarterly revenue jump from a year ago still not enough to avoid a loss as company loses $5.3 million in the fourth quarter.
The longtime Google critic says that today's settlement will stifle "innovation" and that it's now looking to regulators in Europe to take action.
Google competitors such as Yelp and Nextag testify to the U.S. Senate antitrust subcommittee looking into the search giant's market power that the company doesn't play fair.
The leading local-reviews service says it had sales of $36.4 million in the third quarter, and that reviews were up 49 percent from the same quarter a year earlier.