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Former Intel Web TV Boss Erik Huggers Is Vevo's New CEO

Erik Huggers, the executive who led Intel’s aborted efforts to break into the Web TV business, has a new job. This one won’t be easy, either. 349 more words

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Whisper Announces It Hit 10 Million Users the Same Day Secret Shuts Down. Here's Why.

There are 10 million people opening their Whisper app every month, according to new numbers from the company. This is the first time the anonymous social network has released these stats. 490 more words

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Former Facebook Design Boss Kate Aronowitz Joins Wealthfront

Former Facebook design director Kate Aronowitz has taken a new role as VP of design at investment management startup Wealthfront.

In her new position, Aronowitz will handle all aspects of Wealthfront’s design, from the actual product to the company’s branding and marketing materials. 146 more words

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AT&T Fires U-Verse President Amid Racial Discrimination Suit

AT&T said Tuesday it has fired Aaron Slator, the president of its U-Verse business amid a lawsuit alleging Slator sent racist text messages.

“Aaron Slator has been terminated,” AT&T said in a statement. 40 more words

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House Hunting and my current heartbreak

We have been house hunting now, for a few weeks. It’s the normal, you know “Oh wow I like that that house” “Sorry to far out of our price range” or “Wow here’s a house we can afford!” “Not enough bedrooms, and we don’t want a condo” . 1,363 more words

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Nextdoor Nabs Former Square Design Director Paco Viñoly to Help Build Its Brand

Nextdoor, a neighborhood social networking company, has hired Square’s former design director Paco Viñoly as its new VP of Design.

Viñoly joined the company in late March and will lead everything design-related at Nextdoor from internal design — the physical look and feel of the office — to product design and events, he told… 234 more words

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Veteran Apple Public Relations Executive Natalie Kerris to Retire

Veteran Apple public relations executive Natalie Kerris is leaving the company after 14 years after losing a bid to secure the top communications job.

Kerris oversaw the launches of such iconic Apple products as the iPod, iPhone, iPad, MacBook Air and, most recently, ApplePay and the Apple Watch. 116 more words

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