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Written by Peter Brayton on 2017-08-24


The Fade Out is a crime comic created by writer Ed Brubaker and artist Sean Phillips with the help of colorist Elizabeth Breitweiser and research assistant Amy Condit. Twelve issues were published by Image Comics between August 2014 and January 2016, and republished in paperback and hardcover formats. The story, partly inspired by the life of Brubaker's uncle, is set in 1948 and features Charlie Parish,...(Read More)

Bar passage proposal fails, immigration resolutions approved after spirited ABA House debate

Bar passage proposal fails, immigration resolutions approved after spirited ABA House debate
Written by Peter Brayton on 2017-03-14


This is from by By John Glynn

It is from http://www.americanbar.org/news/abanews/aba-news-archives/2017/02/bar_passage_proposal.html

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What Matters and What Doesn’t in Snap’s S-1

What Matters and What Doesn’t in Snap’s S-1
Written by Peter Brayton on 2017-02-02


The first stage of Snap’s roadshow for investors is set to begin after the public release of its S-1, detailing its IPO offering, which could happen by the end of this week. The subsequent pitch to investors will rely both on the user growth, engagement, and financial figures (some of which The Information has learned, including last year’s revenue), and a less tangible argument that it isn’t...(Read More)

Why Priceline Has Passed On Hotel Tonight—So Far

Why Priceline Has Passed On Hotel Tonight—So Far
Written by Peter Brayton on 2017-01-20


In late 2015, Priceline held discussions with Hotel Tonight about possibly buying the smaller hotel-booking rival. Executives at Priceline liked the startup’s young, affluent user base and boutique hotel selection. But Hotel Tonight was on pace to lose $37 million that year on revenue of just $33 million. Priceline executives didn’t believe Hotel Tonight could better keep costs in check while...(Read More)

Google’s Car Diaspora

Google’s Car Diaspora
Written by Peter Brayton on 2016-12-16


At least a dozen senior members of the Google autonomous car team have departed in the past year, most of them to Uber and to a self-driving car startup that’s right next door to Google’s campus in Mountain View. (Scroll down for the list.) The unit, which Alphabet said on Tuesday would become its own division called “Waymo,” is racing to develop a robo taxi service after scaling back its...(Read More)

Airbnb Plots Big China Push

Airbnb Plots Big China Push
Written by Peter Brayton on 2016-11-25


Airbnb plans to expand its small Beijing office tenfold to 300 employees over the next two years after years of tiptoeing into the country. The on-the-ground expansion would bolster recent momentum, as Airbnb says by the end of next month it will have doubled its listings year over year in China to 100,000.China accounts for just 3% of total listings on Airbnb, which totals roughly 3 million. But...(Read More)

AWS Planning New Deep Learning for Cloud Service

AWS Planning New Deep Learning for Cloud Service
Written by Peter Brayton on 2016-11-17


Amazon Web Services is working on a new cloud service focused on a branch of artificial intelligence called deep learning, said a person with knowledge of the Amazon unit’s plans. The service aims to be an alternative to Google’s wildly popular open source deep learning tools, called TensorFlow, and thereby shore up a rare weak spot in the armor of AWS. Deep learning is a subset of machine learning...(Read More)

Facebook Preps Larger Rollout for Messenger Games

Facebook Preps Larger Rollout for Messenger Games
Written by Peter Brayton on 2016-11-05


Facebook is preparing to  launch a new way to play games on Messenger called “Instant Games,” according to two people briefed on the product. It could roll out as soon as this month, one of these people said.Earlier this year Facebook quietly launched a few games—basketball, soccer and chess games—as experiments. The games can be found by sending basketball or soccer ball emojis to someone...(Read More)

Splunk Hires New Product Chief

Splunk Hires New Product Chief
Written by Peter Brayton on 2016-10-16


Splunk, whose software is used by firms like Coca-Cola and Nordstrom to search through and analyze their data, has tapped Richard Campione as its product chief, according to two people with knowledge of the matter. He succeeds Guido Schroeder, who left the post in April.Mr. Campione most recently was CEO of Findly, a recruiting software firm owned by a private equity fund. But in the past he held...(Read More)





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