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Party Like It’s 1999

  1. party like it’s 1999
    Groupon IPO Raises $700 MillionSome experts still call it risky.
  2. blog-stained wretches
    TechCrunch Does Not Appreciate Your Implication That Having an Editor Who Invests Heavily in Tech Companies Is a Conflict of InterestThis is still going on.
  3. party like it’s 1999
    Groupon’s Andrew Mason Does Not React Well to Bad News“Did you read the article that Gaopeng’s CEO has kidnapped the first-born children of all our employees?”
  4. party like it’s 1999
    Groupon Hits Roadblocks in China and at HomeHow’s that bigger-than-Google valuation going guys?
  5. party like it’s 1999
    Foursquare Just Unlocked Its Tech-Bubble BadgeIt’s now worth $550 to $600 million.
  6. party like it’s 1999
    Groupon Files for $750 Million IPOWith Morgan Stanley. Sorry, Goldman.
  7. party like it’s 1999
    Lerer Ventures Raises Another $25 Million for New York Start-upsEric Hippeau, HuffPo’s recently departed CEO, will run the new fund.
  8. party like it’s 1999
    Goldman Sachs Proves Wall Street Didn’t Screw LinkedIn“Which bank, after all, is the greediest and most knowledgeable of them all?”
  9. party like it’s 1999
    Hot Damn, LinkedIn’s Got an IPO Price That Just Won’t QuitIts valuation is now up to $4.1 billion.
  10. party like it’s 1999
    ‘Facebook of China’ Stock Dive Might Make Mark Zuckerberg a Little NervousHow low can your stock go?
  11. let me upgrade you
    Mark Zuckerberg’s $7 Million Mansion Comes With ‘Privacy Hedges’Will the hoodie go next?
  12. the future is coming
    Facebook and Google Are Giving Skype the Once-OverAcquisitive looks.
  13. the future is coming
    Facebook’s Leaked Earnings Might Mean a $100 Billion IPOEverything’s coming up Zuck.
  14. party like it’s 1999
    There Is Actually a Price Investors Think Is Too High to Pay for Facebook StockDon’t worry. Facebook will be a-okay.
  15. party like it’s 1999
    Tech Investors Are Taking Their Cues From Demi Moore’s Twitter FeedAn ‘Indecent Proposal’ reference.
  16. party like it’s 1999
    Twitter Makes a $50 Million Bid for TweetDeckUp $20 million from an earlier offer?
  17. party like it’s 1999
    To Reward Zipcar for Net Losses of $14 Million, Investors Just Made It a Billion-Dollar CompanyIt’s so rosy from inside the bubble.
  18. party like it’s 1999
    Get Ready for Some Tech-Bubble Opulence, Starting With Facebook’s Russian BillionaireNope, no austerity here.
  19. revolving doors
    Silicon Valley Venture-Capital Firm Hires Meg WhitmanMaybe some of her eBay magic will rub off on Kleiner Perkins’s portfolio.
  20. party like it’s 1999
    If You Ask Warren Buffett, Social Networks Aren’t Worth All Those Billions“Most of them will be overpriced.”
  21. party like it’s 1999
    Corporations Take a Page From Dot-Com Bubble, Get Back Into Venture CapitalFinancing déjà vu.
  22. party like it’s 1999
    Groupon Wants to Go Public at a Bigger Valuation Than Google DidGroupon’s $25 billion to Google’s $23 billon.
  23. party like it’s 1999
    Groupon CEO Andrew Mason Sits in the Middle of a Multi-Billion-Dollar EcosystemOf clones and symbiotic subsectors.
  24. party like it’s 1999
    Why Mark Zuckerberg Might Not Be Happy That Investors Think Facebook Is Worth $65 BillionStupid, no good secondary markets.
  25. the future is coming
    Twitter Tries — and Fails — to Quash JPMorgan RumorsNice try, Biz Stone.
  26. party like it’s 1999
    JPMorgan Chase Seeking to Buy a Minority Stake in TwitterIt could make Twitter’s value surge.
  27. party like it’s 1999
    Did Groupon Really Take Home $760 Million in 2010?Nope.
  28. party like it’s 1999
    JPMorgan Will Take Social Media for $750 Million, AlexHey, if FarmVille can get you $7 billion, why not?
  29. party like it’s 1999
    Investors Clamor to Buy Shares in Questionable Content Farm Demand MediaNo signs of market sanity here.
  30. party like it’s 1999
    Lloyd Blankfein Wants What Morgan Stanley Has: GrouponGroupon shall be his!
  31. party like it’s 1999
    Morgan Stanley on Track to Take Groupon Public at $15 Billion [Updated]But why stop at $15 billion?
  32. party like it’s 1999
    Facebook Forgot That It Helped Manufacture Its Own Hype“You’re told the goal is to turn Facebook into the world’s first TRILLION dollar company.”
  33. the future is coming
    Larry Page’s $45 Million Yacht Is Named SensesTake that, Mark Zuckerberg!
  34. are you there google? it’s me margaret
    Google Promises It Won’t Infect Your Start-up With Its SuckinessStart-ups, come back! We promise we’re not contagious!
  35. the future is coming
    Facebook Made a (Nontheoretical!) $2 Billion in Sales in 2010Real money, instead of pretend.
  36. the future is coming
    Foursquare’s Christmas Party Was One Big, Boozy Pat on the BackAin’t no shame in being a tech start-up.
  37. party like it’s 1999
    Groupon Reportedly Not Taking Google’s $6 Billion Dollars“Groupon’s annual revenues are now at a $2 billion run rate … “
  38. party like it’s 1999
    It’s John Doerr’s Twitter Party and He’ll Drive Up the Price If He Wants ToDrive up the price if he wants to! Drive up the price if he wants to!
  39. the future is coming
    Is the Tech Industry Going to Party Like It’s 1999?Boom or bubble? Bubble or boom?