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blogs.wsj.com - 2 readers - Google's Waze unveiled new software to gather more driver information through partnerships with ride-sharing firm Lyft and others.
techcrunch.com - 2 readers - Can a mobile classified app topple the behemoth that is Craigslist? We've asked the question before (more than once, in fact), and it looks like it may..
chicagotribune.com - 9 readers - A Chicago startup plans to feed on the food-delivery boom with a search engine that makes comparing costs and delivery times easier.
businessinsider.com - 10 readers - In a very un-Amazon move, the company just released stats about its payments product.
forbes.com - 14 readers - Homejoy is back. Kind of.
fortune.com - 9 readers - The delivery company sees e-commerce as the next big opportunity.
adweek.com - 7 readers - Facebook is expanding its ad network from just third-party apps to the mobile Web. The Menlo Park, Calif.-based company will begin making its Facebook Audience Network available for publishers and advertisers outside of publishers' native apps.
adage.com - 10 readers - In its latest service foray, Procter & Gamble Co. is testing Tide Spin laundry pickup service in Chicago. Rival Unilever eyes its own "Uber of laundry."
techcrunch.com - 8 readers - On-demand parking apps may not be the most glamorous of startups; they're mainly all about access. In addition to announcing its largest raise to date,..
mashable.com - 14 readers - WeFuel app brings the gas station to you. That is, if you remain at your car and live in Palo Alto or Menlo Park.